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Betsy Dared, Charlene Dared — How Will You Dare to Change PR?

Betsy Dared, Charlene Dared — How Will You Dare to Change PR?

Published on May 23, 10:08 a.m.by Annemarie Munoz, Guest Contributor. In the United States, women make up 60-80% of the public relations workforce but occupy only one in five leadership positions. Betsy Plank dared to change the role of women in leadership and marked many

Environmental Sustainability Through PR Practices

Environmental Sustainability Through PR Practices

Published on April 14, at 7:26 p.m.by Sophie Gregor. Each year, the global annual temperature increases approximately 2 degrees Fahrenheit. Due to this increase, the effects of climate change have harmed people around the world. The negative effects for the people and environment caused by

What About Us: Why the PR industry needs PR

What About Us: Why the PR industry needs PR

Published on October 4, 2017, at 9:01 p.m. by Caitlin Heffley. “That’s OK, I don’t use my degree either.” The words resonated inside me far longer than they probably should have, as I felt my insides begin to boil. To provide context, I was standing

The Point of Power

The Point of Power

Published on June 21, 2017, at 5:20 a.m. by Jessie Banks. It is the year of 2017 and along with oversized denim jackets and Vans checkered sneakers, having an opinion also seems to be of the latest trends.  If you don’t believe me, just log

Making the Switch

Making the Switch

Posted At: January 7, 2014 9:28 a.m. by Jacquie McMahon It’s that time of the year again, when everyone swears to hit the gym at least three times a week, cut down on soda and eliminate all bad habits. Every time January 1 rolls around,

Buzzword or Buzzkill

With the presidential election just days away and the final debate only a memory, we have seen numerous buzzwords and slogans thrown out there. Obama is begging for “change” at every campaign stop he makes and as the television show Saturday Night Live suggested, Palin

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