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What communicators can learn from Politico’s 6th Annual Women Rule Summit

by Erika Dyer | December 19, 2018

What do actress Felicity Jones, Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA), Ketchum DC’s KayAnn Schoeneman and Congresswoman-Elect Abigail Spanberger (D-VA 7) all have in common? They all recently gave great advice at POLITICO’s 6th Annual Women Rule Summit in Washington, D.C. Every year, POLITICO brings together a bipartisan, multicultural, multi-generational and, most importantly, dynamic group of female […]

The Post-Midterm Election Political Landscape: What Communicators Need to Know

by Caryn Benisch | November 8, 2018

The country and news cycle is focused on Tuesday’s midterm elections. The balance of power at both the state and federal level is shifting, leaving a host of new faces on Capitol Hill and in legislatures nationwide. These new influencers, regulators and policymakers need to be educated by organizations about their key issues. Communicators play […]

Preparing for the Global Impact of the Incoming Trump Administration

by KayAnn Schoeneman | December 22, 2016

Since his electoral victory last month, the “new normal” in day-to-day business operations includes wondering how the incoming Trump Administration will govern, and what impact the governance will have on corporations, c-suites and general counsels as well as stock price, reputation and ability to operate.

6 Steps Corporate America Must Take To Achieve Gender Parity

by Barri Rafferty | August 19, 2014

As seen in Forbes… Thousands of articles, research papers, leaders, and experts have attempted to tackle the issue of corporate America’s serious lack of equal or near-equal representation of women at senior leadership levels. Yet effective solutions remain untapped for many thousands of organizations here in the U.S. I remember sitting on the phone earlier […]

Commemorating Our Nation’s Presidents

by Nick Ragone | February 18, 2013

Presidents Day is ostensibly a time to celebrate the great men who helped shape the nation. It’s an oddly named holiday, if for no other reason than few would hold the presidents with equal reverence.  Once upon a time, we celebrated the birthdays of Washington and Lincoln separately, an honor befitting their outsized legacies. It’s […]

Health Care & the Election: Opportunities for Thought Leadership

by Katie Conover | November 5, 2012

As the election draws very near, one of the greatest questions on the minds of most is the future of health care reform, which Congress passed a little over two years ago. Since its passage, the bill, known as the Affordable Care Act, has been implemented in phases, with the bulk of reform set to […]