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Climbing High with No Boundaries

A renewed surge of energy coursed through my fatigued body as I reached the summit of Mt. Baker, the third-highest point in Washington State. My crampons gripping the ice, I surveyed the summit — or what I could see of it — from my position looming 10,781 feet above sea level. It had taken just […]

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The Ask: Laura Miller, Manager, Integrated Media

Welcome to the “The Ask,” a content series that gets up close and personal with the people of Weber Shandwick Seattle. This month, we spent some time getting to know Laura Miller, our resident bug expert and media maven. Here’s what went down: Hi, Laura! What do you do at Weber? What’s an average day […]

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Seattle’s Rose Berg Awarded Inaugural Ranny Cooper Award for Exceptional Leadership

One year ago, Weber Shandwick developed the Ranny Cooper Award for Exceptional Leadership (“The Ranny”) to honor the tremendous legacy of Ranny Cooper, who stepped down from her full-time role as president of Global Public Affairs last June following a remarkable 25-year career with our firm. The award was designed to recognize a colleague in […]

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Interested in joining the Weber Shandwick Seattle team? We’re hiring!

We’re growing fast and are looking for smart, curious, and passionate people to join our Seattle team. Weber Shandwick is more than a leading global communications agency – we’re an engagement agency. Our success is built on a deep commitment to our clients, to our people, to creativity and collaboration, and to engaging stakeholders in […]

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The Ask: Gus Hinton, Associate Producer

Welcome to the “The Ask,” a content series that gets up close and personal with the people of Weber Shandwick Seattle. This month, we sat down with Gus Hinton to talk about the life changing art of sandwich making and the world of motion graphics. Here’s how it went: So, Gus. What’s your story? How […]

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Women in Business & Leadership Initiative Winter Symposium Recap

At Weber Shandwick Seattle, representation matters to us. Our office is committed to thinking through what diversity means to us, and what it looks like in the workplace—starting with a renewed commitment to promote not just women, but women of color’s presence and leadership within our office.

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Happy Holidays from Weber Shandwick Seattle!

Wishing our clients, vendors, and friends a very happy holiday season. Thank you for your continued partnership and for giving us the opportunity to do what we love every day. This year, we are honored to make a donation to the United Way of King County in support of the important work they do for […]

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Tips from the Intern Desk: Conquering Perfectionism at Work

“Tips from the Intern Desk” is a series offering firsthand insights and advice from WSW Seattle interns. I’ve been what my friends describe as a “hardcore perfectionist” my entire life. Maybe it’s the 15 years of pre-professional ballet training. Or maybe it’s just a hardwired fear of red ink. Nonetheless, that little nagging monster is […]

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STAYING ON THE BALL IN THE CHANGING WORLD OF SPORTS, TECH AND PEOPLE

When you think of a sports fan, what do you picture? Face paint? Tailgater parties? Fists raised in victory or heads shaking in agony? These classic hallmarks of fandom still ring true — but they aren’t the whole picture anymore. To be accurate about today’s sports fans, you need to add another image: fingers and […]

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