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By Mary Shank Rockman | November 24, 2020 Grateful. Thankful. Appreciative. Three simple words that have special meaning and significance this year, like never before, as I start to wrap up 2020. The past eight months have forced businesses to tackle obstacles no leader could have ever predicted or foreseen a year ago. Despite these… View Article
By Michael Burke | September 11, 2020 Fake news is not a fake problem. It can reshape public opinion, influence elections, and even lead to societal instability. While it has been around at least as long as newspapers, its negative effects in free societies were relatively mild until the advent of social media, which now… View Article
By Mary Shank Rockman | September 1, 2020 Did you know the 19th Amendment to The U.S. Constitution that helped confront traditional gender conventions for the rights of all women to vote was certified into law 100 years ago on August 26, 1920? While the celebration of this centennial milestone is extraordinarily significant, it also… View Article
By Lucy Siegel | June 2, 2020 The universal goal of public relations is to get through to your target audience with your company’s (or client’s) story as you want it to be heard, in a way that will generate both awareness and engagement. However, the tools for doing this have been changing rapidly in recent years…. View Article
By Jeremiah Mallari | May 26, 2020 Social media is one of the best communication tools in our modern social lives. Being able to connect with family and friends digitally at any time and any place is a pleasure and privilege of advanced technology. While so much of it is easily accessible, it can also… View Article
By Mary Shank Rockman | April 6, 2020 As I type this, I can hear my puppy Beaux barking in the backyard, my teenagers online, and my husband discussing the stock market. No, it’s not a weekend. It’s my new workday and the ‘new normal’ being shared by millions of people across the globe who… View Article