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APAHM: My Immigrant Mother’s Perspective on Life as an Asian American

by Kelly Quach| May 29, 2019

I believe above all else, communicators are storytellers—whether that’s developing strategic, data-driven, insights and sound crisis counseling, or new creative ideas designed to push boundaries and products to market. And as individual practitioners, I also believe that our personal backgrounds are one of the most important elements that influence the way we tell stories. What […]

Watch #DemThrones

by Tony Balasandiran| May 17, 2019

At this time in human history, there are two types of people in this world. Those who religiously watch Game of Thrones. And, those who have never seen it. While we are as much at odds as the humans and White Walkers, we somehow coexist in a world in which the former group is talking […]

Sports Betting in America: Year One of Legalization Sets the Stage for a Full-Court Press

by Shawn McBride| May 15, 2019

Tuesday, May 14 marked one year since the Supreme Court of the United States lifted the federal ban on sports betting in the U.S. and turned it over to individual states to determine its legality at their level. In that time, and as a reminder that the legislative wheels turn slowly at all levels of government, […]