Please, Don’t Tell Me “Happy Women’s Day”

Please, Don’t Tell Me “Happy Women’s Day”

Editor’s note: The following article contains graphic content. This is what we’ve heard hundreds of times on March 8 in Argentina. Women are asking not to get told, “Happy Women’s Day,” nor to receive flowers. Instead, they say, “We will be happy the day that no one is missing.” To understand the reason for this statement (that I know for […]

The Importance of Passion in PR

The Importance of Passion in PR

In a field driven by storytelling, passion drives public relations. This is something I’ve especially noticed during my time with Relief Communications, LLC., a small public relations firm in Philadelphia working within the nonprofit sector. As the firm’s only intern, I’ve completed a variety of projects for clients such as Mural Arts Philadelphia, Historic Philadelphia, Inc., and Prevention Point Philadelphia. […]

“You’ve Got Mail!”: Tips to Deliver a Successful Rebranding

“You’ve Got Mail!”: Tips to Deliver a Successful Rebranding

“Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.” While not official, this creed has long been associated with the United States Postal Service. Delivering over 400 million pieces of mail each day, the USPS is an essential component of America’s critical infrastructure. Since production began in 1987, the Grumman Life Long Vehicle has been […]