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#FridayFocus: Circle City Chapter of The Links, Inc.

on April 19, 2019
in Marketing

Today’s Friday Focus is on the Circle City Chapter of The Links,
Inc for their commitment to enriching lives of
women of color through their founding principles of friendship and service.

Last Saturday, the Links hosted the “Real World Real Girls”
conference at the Indiana Historical Society to help young women prepare for
their…

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#FridayFocus: Project Purse Indianapolis

on April 12, 2019
in Marketing

Today’s Friday’s Focus is Project Purse Indianapolis (PPI) which is an organization that collects purses and fills them with products such as travel size toiletries, hygiene items, beauty products, and stationery products for young ladies and women across Indiana.

Chelsea Marburger, the founder of PPI, wanted to bring women…

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#FridayFocus: Hashtag Lunch Bag Indy

on March 29, 2019
in Marketing

We are always looking for organizations or individuals who make a positive impact on our community and one of those organizations is  @Hashtag Lunchbag Indy! They provide meals to those in need and gather volunteers to put together the lunches. Over the past four years, @Hashtag Lunchbag Indy has…

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#FridayFocus: Youth Global Perspectives

on March 22, 2019
in Marketing

Today’s Friday Focus is on Youth Global Perspectives (YGP) founded by Claudia White. YGP provides youth with opportunities to enhance their global perspective by traveling across the US and exploring international countries. Students journal their experiences and often times return home with a level of knowledge that couldn’t be gained anywhere else. Through…

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#Friday Focus: Dinah’s Inspired Thoughts

on March 15, 2019
in Marketing

This month is Women’s History Month and it seems that lately and appropriately so, I have been seeing women in Indianapolis level up and empower each other in remarkable ways. I personally have been very inspired by the ways we are working together, supporting and encouraging one another, and blazing a trail for…

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#FridayFocus: The Women of Herd Strategies

on March 8, 2019
in Marketing

In celebration of International Women’s Day, today’s #FridayFocus will be coming from Treveon Alexander, the only male member of our team. He wanted to share his perspective on how the women at Herd Strategies have made a positive impact on him!

During this Women’s History Month, I…

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#Friday Focus: Robin E. Beaman

on March 1, 2019
in Marketing

With 38 years of experience working in marketing, corporate relations, and media relations, Robin E. Beaman is the president of Beaman Inc.  Her career has sky rocketed to the top and continues to soar. Early on, Beaman was the director of public relations at The Capital Children’s Museum and then lead BET’s first…

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Friday Focus: Joseph V. Baker

on February 22, 2019
in Marketing

Today’s #FridayFocus is on Joseph Varney Baker who formed, Joseph V. Baker Associates, the first black-owned public relations firm in the country in 1934.  He was the “first” to accomplish so much in the public relations industry.

  • First
    African American president of the Philadelphia Public Relations Society of America
    (PRSA) chapter in…

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#Friday Focus: Inez Kaiser

on February 15, 2019
in Marketing

If you ever wondered who paved the way for African-Americans in public relations, the legendary Inez Kaiser would be one first practitioners to be mentioned. Inez Kaiser was the first African-American woman to own a public relations firm in the United States and was the first African-American to own a business in Kansas…

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#Friday Focus: Tom Burrell

on February 8, 2019
in Marketing

In celebration of Black History Month, our Friday Focus posts will highlight African Americans who have made an impact in the communications industry.

Today’s Friday Focus is on marketing communications pioneer and Advertising Hall of Fame inductee Tom Burrell. Burrell is credited with revolutionizing the image of African Americans…

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