From late night comedy shows like Saturday Night Live to celebrity endorsements of campaigns, American pop culture has fully ingrained itself into our current political landscape. The questions politicians, interest groups, and public affairs firms must now grapple with include how to
My job as Outreach Manager at The Herald Group requires building and maintaining hundreds of relationships with advocates, scholars and academics across Washington, DC, and around the country—which in turn means a lot of coffee, lunches and evening receptions. I often hear, “I don’t k
I recently had the opportunity to join a panel hosted by CQ Roll Call and the Grassroots Professional Network on health care advocacy. Joined by experts from American Diabetes Association, American Nurses Association, Children’s Hospital Foundation, and the College of American Patholo
Each year, the White House Correspondents’ Dinner is one of Washington, D.C.’s most anticipated events. Hosted by the White House Correspondents’ Association, the dinner benefits scholarships for gifted students studying journalism and is a time-honored tradition dating back to 1921.
For United Airlines, storm clouds are brewing and there are no signs of clear skies ahead. The company is facing tremendous backlash from the now viral video of a passenger being forcibly dragged off an overbooked flight. Other companies, large and small, should take this as a caution