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Three Anti-Racism Resources for Thinking Differently During Black History Month

by Giannina Seaman| February 24, 2021

At Ketchum, we are a passionate group of media consumers—the value we bring to our clients is fueled by a voracious appetite for reading, watching, listening and learning. So last year, in the wake of George Floyd’s murder and other developments shining a light on systemic racism in America, one of our responses was to […]

From Education to Representation: A Black History Month Conversation

by Jenn Bins| February 23, 2021

As someone who attended and has family members who graduated from an HBCU (Historically Black College/University), I was recently honored to moderate a conversation with two amazing women: Ashley Christopher, Esq., founder and CEO of HBCU Week, a Ketchum partner whose mission is “to encourage high-school aged youth to enroll into HBCUs, provide scholarship dollars for […]

A Davos Week Unlike Any Other

by Laura Clementi, Tom Derrick and Alicia Stetzer| February 2, 2021

Against the backdrop of a global pandemic crippling economies and restricting livelihoods around the world, more pressure than ever was on the business and world leaders who last week convened for the World Economic Forum’s non-traditional Davos Agenda virtual summit. With many sessions openly broadcast to the global public and the Forum’s 25 million social media followers, […]

Striving Toward Dr. King’s Beloved Community

by Lindsay Wagner| January 18, 2021

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. often spoke of the “Beloved Community.” As described by The King Center, the memorial resource center and institution founded by Coretta Scott King: “Dr. King’s Beloved Community is a global vision in which all people can share in the wealth of the earth. In the Beloved Community, poverty, hunger and […]

Ketchum’s Top Blog Posts Tell Our 2020 Story

by Hilary McKean| December 22, 2020

At Ketchum, we close each year with a look back at our top-performing blog posts—always a powerful indicator of emerging industry trends, thought leadership topics and communications themes. This year, our review reveals a dramatic shift in high-performing content. COVID-19 pushed traditional thought leadership off the tally sheet in favor of a balance between human-focused […]

2020 Might Have a Silver Lining for Employees with Disabilities

by Michele Lanza| October 30, 2020

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month in the U.S., and so, as a part of Ketchum’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion leadership team, I’ve been giving a lot of thought to how we at Ketchum can do a better job of creating a culture of inclusivity for people with disabilities. As a person with a […]