Posts by kaitlyn

Closing the wage gap through negotiation

By on Apr 9, 2014 |

Yesterday was Equal Pay Day in the U.S. – designated as the day women must work until to make as much money as men made in the previous year. While there is no silver bullet to closing the wage gap, we have made progress since women first entered the paid workforce, little by little. But in the meantime, women can and should learn to advocate for themselves...

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Our client project has received its own mayoral proclamation!

By on Mar 26, 2014 |

We are proud of all the work our clients do, but this week we have an exciting first! In conjunction with the #WomenLeading Philanthropy symposium organized by the Women’s Philanthropy Institute at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Mayor Rahm Emmanuel has proclaimed March 31 through April 4 as Women’s Philanthropy Week in Chicago....

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In the social media doldrums?

By on Mar 19, 2014 |

Here in Boston, winter is slowly, very slowly beginning to loosen its grip. As we begin to thaw out, I’ve been finding myself in need of some inspiration on all fronts of my life. If you find your brand or organization’s social media presence could use a little oomph itself, check out these five Ted talks that will help make your 140 characters a little...

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Five Reasons Not To Be “Mad As Hell”

By on Feb 13, 2014 |

The following piece by Morra was also published in TechPresident. Maureen Dowd’s Sunday rant on the sad state of a digitized media world that “runs on clicks” felt true in many ways. But I reject the claim that the digital medium is the problem. Here are five reasons to be hopeful about the state of the digital media and social change (our very own listicle, if you...

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Getting the most out of Instagram

By on Jan 22, 2014 |

With the explosion of popularity in photo creation and sharing, it makes sense for non-profits, NGO’s, and for-profit organizations to take advantage of Instagram — if it makes sense for your organization. Always remember the cardinal rule of social media: Don’t post simply for the sake of posting. However, if your organization hosts a lot of...

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