Jordi Grau, a journalist collaborating with Bonart magazine, has been appointed president of the Girona Demarcation of the Association of Journalists of Catalonia (CPC), replacing Joan Ventura, who has held the post for eight years. In fact, Grau was already part, as vice president, of the board headed by Ventura.
Jordi Grau is part of the Som Periodisme list, the only one presented in the elections, headed by the current dean of the CPC, Joan Maria Morros (Igualada, 1970), who will continue in office for another four years. Núria de José (Barcelona), Esteve Giralt (Tarragona), Laura Alcalde (Lleida), Mar Martí (Central Catalonia) and Josep Baubí (Terres de l'Ebre) are the other presidents of the demarcation boards. The meeting chaired by Grau in Girona is completed by Susanna Quintana, vice-president; Rosa Gil, secretary; Òscar Pinilla, treasurer, and Elisabet Don and Jordi Ribot as members. The transfer of positions and powers between the outgoing Board and the new Board will take effect in the coming weeks.
Jordi Grau i Ramió (Girona, 1957) has been the deputy director of El Punt Avui and the director of El Punt Avui in the Girona region. He was the first director of El 9 Esportiu de Catalunya. He has worked for Ràdio Girona and Diari de Girona. He currently collaborates with El Punt Avui and presents "La Ciutat dels llibres" on TVGirona. Puigdemont, the president of @KRLS, wrote and was the coordinator and co-author of Les pilotes del Borbons and Els Borbons en pilotes and of the four books Diary of a retreat on the end of the Civil War in Catalonia.