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For More Accessibility in a Tech-driven World, Let’s Start with Empathy

For More Accessibility in a Tech-driven World, Let’s Start with Empathy

by Maury Postal| November 18, 2020

8:00a Cooking Podcast 9:30a History of Opera course over Zoom 11:00a FaceTime with best friend from childhood 1:00p Text exchange with neighbor on the fourth floor The schedule above seems normal enough for an ordinary, device-centric day in 2020. What makes it extraordinary is that it’s the schedule of a newly tech-enabled nonagenarian. Iris, 92, […]

Being a Working Mom was Hard Enough—Then 2020 Happened

Being a Working Mom was Hard Enough—Then 2020 Happened

by Laura Hargrove| November 11, 2020

As a proud working mother of a four-year-old daughter and two-year-old son, I’ve found that achieving the mythical work-life balance is impossible. Every day contains a complex mix of both, with the scales tipping back and forth in each direction. As someone who loves order, it’s taken me several years to fully accept this as […]

LGBTQ, Intersectionality and Brands: A Conversation with Rich Ferraro of GLAAD

LGBTQ, Intersectionality and Brands: A Conversation with Rich Ferraro of GLAAD

by Lindsay Wagner| November 2, 2020

Recently, Ketchum colleagues had the privilege of hearing from Rich Ferraro, the chief communications officer of GLAAD—an organization that works through entertainment, news, digital media and with brands to share stories from the LGBTQ+ community that accelerate acceptance. I was inspired by the work he and his colleagues are doing, their strategic approach, the successes […]