Category Archives: BTSJ

Change Research is Born

Change Research was born from passion and belief in a better future. Here is the story of the birth of Change Research, as shared in a recent DemLabs newsletter. A fundamental part of DemLabs‘ mission is finding technology that is … READ MORE

The Genius of eBay’s Diversity Report Release

Originally published in Bulldog Reporter. As Diversity & Inclusion efforts enter another year, so too do the accusatory news stories. As predictable as the tech sector’s diversity report releases are the ensuing media reports, which invariably chastise the companies for … READ MORE

Will #ShePersisted Persist?

By PR & Company Intern Michelle Saipe It’s been barely three weeks since Mitch McConnell silenced Elizabeth Warren on the Senate floor, explaining succinctly – and now famously – that, “She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she … READ MORE

Outraged? Scale Your Voice with Technology

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

BTSJ Doubles Down

Tweet: Read @prandcompany’s thoughts on how Silicon Valley can and must respond to the 2016 election. 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

Turning Our Values into Meaningful Change

Tweet: See how @WeAreUnitive helped @prandcompany turn their values into actions. Every quarter, PR & Company welcomes new interns. As the intern program coordinator, I’ve always followed a pretty traditional recruitment strategy: write a quick job description (or reuse … READ MORE

Thinking Outside the Internship Box

By PRCO Intern Chelsea Dole Share via Twitter: Want to promote diversity? @prandcompany suggests looking beyond internship experience. I’ve had my fair share of jobs. I started working part-time in high school as a theatre attendant, a farmer’s market … READ MORE

San Francisco Goes All In for Hillary

Here in the cradle of tech innovation, it can be easy to ignore the outside world. We’ve created a bubble in which luxury shuttles, gourmet company cafeterias, and generous benefits packages are common, and we’ve gotten comfy. For the most … READ MORE

Inciting A Victory For Nurses

The Committee for Recognition of Nursing Achievement (CRONA) is a 50 year-old union proudly representing the 3,300 nurses at the Stanford Hospitals. Unlike some Silicon Valley employees, Stanford nurses aren’t lured to their jobs by catered vegan lunches or stock … READ MORE

Looking Beyond Lunch: Tech Trends We Love

Written by PRCO Intern Sara Harrison Over the last month, PR & Company has experienced some significant changes, moving from a co-working space in SOMA to our own office in the Financial District. Though we’re less than five blocks from … READ MORE