Being an Introvert in an Extrovert Career

By Ashley Spruill | October 11, 2016

When I was in high school, I would oftentimes find myself finishing my classwork earlier than my peers. When this happened, my teachers would allow me to pull out a book and read. When I went off to UNC-Chapel Hill, there was a five-minute window each weekend when I would actually consider doing something that […]

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Top 5 Ways PR Can Help Your Small Business Plan

By Laura Murphy – Account Supervisor | July 18, 2016

In today’s world, there are a lot of ideas on how to infuse Public Relations activities into a broader Communications plan. Having worked with various clients and industries, both big and small, we’ve brainstormed PR tactics that are manageable. Here I’d like to drill it down more to focus solely on PR marketing for small […]

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Generations in the Office

By Becky Ogburn – Program Manager | July 18, 2016

I work in an office full of amazingly talented people and am a member of a team that I am honored to be part of. I am also the oldest one in this office, about to turn 50 in just a couple of weeks. Oh. My. Gosh. I could be the mother of at least […]

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