5 Tips for Better Thought Leadership in 2017

5 Tips for Better Thought Leadership in 2017

POST BY: Pat Reilly ON February 8th, 2017

User demand and behavior have transformed social media and platforms are responding, creating more opportunities to build your thought leadership presence. Blogging has become so popular, in fact, WIRED named it one of 2017’s biggest trends. Changemakers must keep up … READ MORE

Outraged? Scale Your Voice with Technology

Outraged? Scale Your Voice with Technology

POST BY: Pat Reilly ON January 30th, 2017

No matter where you stand politically, this administration has unleashed a strong desire among the majority of Americans to take practical action every day. And where there is a market, the tech sector responds. Here are a few ways you … READ MORE

The Morning After Blog

The Morning After Blog

POST BY: Pat Reilly ON January 23rd, 2017

With the inauguration just barely over, women around the country turned out to march. From D.C. to Melbourne, from Nairobi to Bogota, over 670 events were held around the world in support of women’s equality. These are undoubtedly important moments. … READ MORE

Let’s Fund California Schools Like a Blue State

Let’s Fund California Schools Like a Blue State

POST BY: Pat Reilly ON January 17th, 2017

This article also appeared in Education Week’s On California blog. If California is so blue, then why is it so solidly red when it comes to funding public education? Californians voted two-to-one for Hillary Clinton, and voted to extend a state tax on … READ MORE

5 Things I’ve Learned on the Campaign Trail

5 Things I’ve Learned on the Campaign Trail

POST BY: Christina So ON December 13th, 2016

Tweet: .@prandcompany shares 5 tips for shifting your perspective and keeping your head in the advocacy game. http://bit.ly/2hBdSSu Political campaigns are crazy, unique environments: the work is constant, all deadlines are urgent, and then, suddenly, they end. I started my … READ MORE

BTSJ Doubles Down

BTSJ Doubles Down

POST BY: Pat Reilly ON December 6th, 2016

Tweet: Read @prandcompany’s thoughts on how Silicon Valley can and must respond to the 2016 election. http://bit.ly/2gzRFQD We’ve used this column titled “Better Than Steve Jobs” to showcase what tech executives can do to take actions that affect positive social … READ MORE

Taking Action in the Age of Trump

Taking Action in the Age of Trump

POST BY: Sara Harrison ON November 23rd, 2016

By PRCO Intern Jennie Robinson It’s been more than a week and America is still reeling from what has been the most contentious election season in recent history. For many women, the results were heartbreaking. Donald Trump’s surprise victory was … READ MORE

Training Season Is Here!

Training Season Is Here!

POST BY: Pat Reilly ON November 10th, 2016

  Baseball might be over but it’s training season here at PR & Company. Straight outta the White House we are delighted to partner with grassroots training expert Sara El-Amine, who comes to PR & Company after nine years establishing, … READ MORE

5 Biggest Communications Mistakes Education Advocates Make

5 Biggest Communications Mistakes Education Advocates Make

POST BY: Pat Reilly ON November 10th, 2016

  Advocating for change in an education system can be challenging. Changemakers have to wrangle policy makers, teachers, school board members, and funders to make an impact. Here are five simple tips to help your communications achieve success. 1.Skip the … READ MORE

#IAmAnita

#IAmAnita

POST BY: Sara Harrison ON October 28th, 2016

By PRCO Intern Christian Arana Tweet: .@prandcompany on how new media has fundamentally changed the conversation around sexual harassment #NOTokay http://bit.ly/2ePtKz9 There is no doubt that this presidential election season has been especially tough for women. From the leaked Access … READ MORE