Posts: Elizabeth Stoltz

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Elizabeth Stoltz is a Sr. Research Associate and is working out of Ketchum’s Washington D.C. office. Connect with her on Twitter @liz_stoltz.

Weaving Women’s Contributions into our Story

by Elizabeth Stoltz| March 26, 2015

As we celebrate National Women’s History Month, I found myself getting wrapped up in the History Channel’s series “History of Mankind: The Story of All of Us.” However, there was something troubling about the series’ take on human progress. True to its title, The History of Mankind seemed to be just that – the story […]

NOI Data and Technology’s “Unconference”

by Elizabeth Stoltz| July 22, 2014

A few weekends ago I found myself surrounded by people bound by two commonalities: our love of coffee and a willingness to wake up extra early on a Saturday morning to discuss all things data. As a member of Ketchum’s Global Research and Analytics group (KGRA), I was thrilled to attend New Organizing Institute’s Data […]

My First Five Days as a Summer Fellow

by Elizabeth Stoltz| June 8, 2012

As week one of working as a Ketchum Summer Fellow (NYC) draws to a close, I’ve found myself gushing on the phone to my parents and friends about how incredible of a week this has been. I’m already catching myself speaking in Ketchum acronyms, putting names with faces (and email addresses and twitter handles, of […]