September 3, 2020

How can I be an ally in communications?

Over the past few months, Annelise has been writing about diversity and inclusion and sets a great example of what it means to be an ally in communications. Click the link to read more!
August 21, 2020

How is Hollywood working toward inclusion?

Octavia Spencer is the face of a new PSA advocating for representation of people with disabilities in Hollywood. Read more from Annelise Krafft about how the campaign affects inclusion in the entertainment industry.
August 13, 2020

How to kickstart diversity in the workplace

How has your organization navigated diversity and inclusion? While these changes don't happen overnight, Annelise has a few ideas on how to advocate for change and accountability. Follow the link for tips on how to overcome roadblocks in diversity and inclusion at your workplace.
August 7, 2020

Who is on the cover of O Magazine?

Next month’s issue of O Magazine will not feature Oprah Winfrey on the cover for the first time in 20 years. Instead, the historic issue will feature Breonna Taylor. Read more from Annelise on how this helps to bring awareness to recent social injustices.
July 31, 2020

#FunFactFriday – What does your bookshelf say about you?

For today's #FunFactFriday, Annelise takes a look at celebrities' bookshelves and shares the books that have been keeping her busy during COVID-19. Click the link to read more!
July 16, 2020

What is discrimination in the workplace?

Discrimination comes in many forms. Can you recognize when it happens to you or a colleague? Click the link to learn more from Annelise about workplace discrimination.
July 10, 2020

How to adopt a ‘diversity first’ PR approach

In order to create a successful campaign that shows diversity, PR pros should adopt a diversity first approach in daily life. Read more...
July 2, 2020

Where does that phrase come from?

Did you know some common phrases have insensitive and racist origins? Click the link to learn more from Annelise about how you can shift your vocabulary.
June 18, 2020

Rebranding in the push for racial equity

Brands like Aunt Jemima have been reevaluating potentially problematic policies and products after being under scrutiny for racial stereotyping. Read more from Annelise about how these brands deal with racial scrutiny.
June 4, 2020

Now is the time to be authentic

Brands and businesses have been taking to social media to address recent events. In all statements, one element is crucial: authenticity. Follow the link to read more.