It seems like the news is moving faster than ever, and so is PR & Company.
This January we headed down the peninsula to Aligned Partners where we worked with the incredible women of the Kauffman Fellows Program to boost their impact by building strong personal brands. Like so many women in leadership positions, these incredible investors just don’t get the media recognition they deserve. Luckily, in the age of the internet, there’s a lot women in nontraditional fields can do to build a presence, make an impact, and move their agenda forward.
Interested in learning more about how you can use personal branding to increase your visibility, attract media coverage, and advance your personal and professional goals? Look out for PR & Company’s upcoming ebook: Personal Branding for Women in Nontraditional Fields, full of tips and strategies for building and sustaining a successful brand.
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ll be partnering with the San Francisco Human Rights Commission to publicize and amplify the incredible work they do on behalf of the diverse residents of the Bay Area.
We’re also excited to welcome a new intern to the PR & Company team. Michelle Saipe joins us from the Hillary for America campaign where she worked with the communications team in Colorado. A graduate of Claremont College, Michelle has previously spent time at the White House Council of Economic Advisors, the Urban Institute, and the U.S. Department of Education.
No time to slow down! Next week, we’re off to the Advancement Project’s K-12 Water Cooler & Equity Conference. Now, more than ever before, it’s so important that we build creative and effective ways to advocate for equity in education and find strategies that give all students a chance to succeed. We can’t wait to hear what people are working on – hope we see you there!