6 Tips to Better Position Yourself in the Year Ahead By Missy Neff Gould (@NeffGould) Here in Virginia the legislative session is coming to an end. This is the time when government affairs professionals go back to their normal offices away from the capital, the time when they all rest up, get reacquainted with [...]
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Plain, simple terms get people’s attention. The Virginia General Assembly abortion legislation is one prime public relations lesson of how the power of plain-spoken words can trump the jargon.
THE BOOZE BIN By Pia Mara Finkell (@piamara) Last month, Justin Bieber’s love of pure maple syrup (and Vince Vaughn in Wedding Crashers) unexpectedly put my client atop the coveted Twitter trending list. Maple Syrup was a trending topic not only in the U.S., but around the world all day. While gaggles of teenage girls [...]
By Mike Mulvihill Young climate activists, who worked to mobilize voters in order to elect President Obama, are expressing great disappointment in the President’s recent announcement to expand oil leasing into large areas off the Atlantic Coast and Gulf of Mexico, It’s Getting Hot in Here (dispatches from the youth climate movement) dismays their generation is [...]
by Mike Mulvihill Photo: voxefx I have lived in several places throughout the east and Midwest, but I spent my formative years (8 to 18) in the garden spot of the Garden State and I have now lived in Richmond, Va., for the past 19 years (my longest stint so far in one city/location). So [...]