PR

Reflecting on CEDIA Expo 2021

I am one of the attendees of CEDIA Expo 2021. Having attended Expo nearly every year since 1993, I have a lot of perspectives on this show. I came home from Expo in 2001 and woke up to what would become known as 9/11. I watched the show come back from that and grow year-over-year […]

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Building a Healthy Workplace Culture within a Hybrid PR Team

When hiring remote team members without ever having met physically, it can be a challenge to cleanly assimilate them into a company’s culture. So much of a company’s social fabric is woven in-person and videoconferencing, though it has improved leaps and bounds in the last 18 months, still leaves a lot of “interpersonal osmosis” to […]

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Takeaways from Muck Rack’s 2021 State of PR Survey

Summer is an invigorating season for a PR pro in Southern Rhode Island. The weather is gorgeous, the sun is shining at the local beaches, the local bike path is blooming, and Muck Rack’s 2021 State of PR study is finally out. One of these things is not like the others, but it’s still pretty […]

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Outstanding or Overbearing

Engaging with the LGBTQ+ Community during Pride Month   It was the peak of Pride, the day of the Providence parade—a day I should have gotten to live my best and most authentic life. I parked at the mall to avoid paid parking and cut through the building to get to the celebration. I was […]

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What Running a Half Marathon and PR Have in Common

Spoiler alert: It’s more than you might think. On May 2, 2021, I laced up my sneakers and headed to the starting line of my first half-marathon and official, timed, in-person race: The Providence Marathon. As I was standing in the corral, I thought a lot about how far I’d come. Just a few years […]

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