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There’s No Season, But There Is a Reason – The Year-round Wellness Economy

by Christy Salcido| August 29, 2018

With Labor Day weekend quickly approaching, it’s a chance for many of us to recharge and reset. It’s also the symbolic end of summer. While no one follows the age-old rule of “no wearing white after Labor Day” anymore, we do tend to think about our lives by the season. Up next is fall, and […]

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: Assembling a symphony of leaders as we push for progress

by Barri Rafferty| August 16, 2018

Enhancing idea generation, bringing forth differentiated perspectives, and improving business outcomes are all reasons businesses focus on their commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. As a communications consultancy, and on behalf of our clients, these motivating factors play a role, but the most important consideration is our commitment to the employees who work here. As a CEO, one of […]

Deep in the Heart of Texas: Lessons in Connecting to Communities from a Transplant New Yorker

by Jonathan Younger| August 2, 2018

In February I moved from New York City to Dallas, Texas – trading in my winter coat and gloves for a cowboy hat and boots. After living 14 years on both coasts, I was moving “home” in a sense – back to the South – to the land of sweet tea, steaming summers and generous […]