Monthly archives: September 2017

Posted by T.J. Winick

An Evolving Dialogue: Talking Title IX

September 28, 2017 In Crisis Communications Leave a comment

Secretary of Education Betsey DeVos made good on her promise to rescind Obama-era guidelines on how to adjudicate reports of campus sexual assault. Civil liberty groups are celebrating and survivors’

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Posted by Travis Small

Q&A with Dr. Steve Strongwater, President & CEO of Atrius Health

September 26, 2017 In Healthcare Leave a comment

What are the biggest needs in entry level hiring in healthcare right now? In addition to technical skills, we have three absolute imperatives: 1) personal agility and adaptiveness; 2) effective

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Posted by Travis Small

Alphabet Soup: Humanizing Today’s Buzzwords in Education

September 26, 2017 In Education Leave a comment

From blended learning to STEM (or STEAM) to 21st century skills and work-based learning, there seems to be an unending stream of new buzzwords in education. With all this jargon,

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Posted by Alexandra Nickel-Milstone

Communicating the Value of Personalized Learning

September 26, 2017 In Education Leave a comment

Working with several education clients including K-12 and Higher Ed institutions, foundations and advocacy organizations, we pay close attention to issues and trends affecting schools and districts across the country.

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Posted by Jennifer McAlpine

Coming Together: Managing the Message is Key as Mergers Start to Reshape Boston’s Higher Ed Landscape

September 26, 2017 In Education Leave a comment

With 35 colleges and more than 150,000 students within Greater Boston, the City has long been a hub for Higher Education. As a result, many professionals, business executives and political

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Posted by Katrina Gaddis

Mayor Walsh’s take on Rising Tides and Public Space in Seaport

September 21, 2017 In Government Affairs Leave a comment

On Wednesday morning, joined by City officials and hundreds of politically engaged business leaders, Mayor Walsh announced a proposal for a new string of parks along Fort Point Channel at

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Posted by Jackson Murphy

Teaching Media Literacy in a World of ‘Fake News’

September 19, 2017 In Education Leave a comment

After a summer of whirling news cycles, young people are settling back into the classroom with information from a wide array of sources at their fingertips – some legitimate, others

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Posted by Sean Hathaway

Cambridge: Leading for the Future

September 14, 2017 In Real Estate Leave a comment

With some of the nation’s highest rents and most prominent innovation tenants, it’s well understood that Cambridge is a hot real estate market, but can it last? At NAIOP’s aptly

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Posted by T.J. Winick

Vice President T.J. Winick Weighs in on Recent Equifax Security Breach Crisis

September 11, 2017 In Crisis Communications Leave a comment

By now, you’ve probably heard about the major Equifax security breach that came to light last week. The company disclosed that the personal information of 143 million people has been

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Posted by Ashley McCown

Ashley McCown Featured in PR News

September 11, 2017 In Crisis Communications Leave a comment

When Equifax, one of the country’s three major credit organizations, announced last week that it’s data network was breached, the company jumped into crisis mode. The data of an estimated

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