Exit

Why the Media Matters: The Future of Media in a World of Change

In today’s increasingly tech-dependent world, does the media still matter? The Seattle Chapter of the American Women in Communications brought Mara Liasson, political correspondent at National Public Radio, to Town Hall to moderate a discussion and tackle that question with local media experts: John Cook, co-founder of GeekWire; Caryn Mathes, president and general manager at […]

Read more

Making the Switch: How Journalism Made me Better at PR

During my freshman year of college, I decided that a double major in journalism and political science was the perfect first step to becoming a famous international correspondent (or a famous local city hall reporter, whichever came first). But after three years of school – and a better understanding of PR – I had changed […]

Read more

Taking an Integrated Approach to Pi (and Pie)

It’s no secret that the Weber Shandwick Seattle office has a major sweet tooth, which is why we brought back Pi Day for a second year of lattice top crusts and whipped cream. This year, a group of four judges (including yours truly) tasted nine different pies in sweet and savory categories. Pi Day 2016 […]

Read more

Apply for the 2016 Impact Project!

With 125 offices in 82 countries, our Weber Shandwick team spans the globe, impacting not only the regions and countries we live in, but also the cities and neighborhoods we call home. This year, as part of our effort to play an even more meaningful role in our local community, we are officially launching the […]

Read more
Members of Weber Shandwick Seattle's leadership team made pancakes!

Pancakes? Pancakes!

The new year is only a month old, but it’s already a busy time for all of us here at Weber Shandwick Seattle. After a hectic holiday season, we had barely a split second to catch our collective breath before delving into 2016’s slate of new projects for our clients. As a gesture of gratitude for everyone’s hard work over the […]

Read more

Weber Shandwick Seattle is Seeking an Intern for its Corporate Practice!

How does joining a diverse team of specialists in issues management, internal communications and thought leadership sound?  How about getting unique hands-on experience with major international brands? Or being part of an award-winning global agency with a smart, integrated team of thinkers, problem solvers and strategists? Sound like a good fit so far? Weber Shandwick […]

Read more

Amplify 2015: 4 Principles for Women in the Workplace

Two weeks ago, I – along with eight of my Weber Shandwick colleagues – had the privilege of attending the Women’s Funding Alliance’s annual leadership breakfast at Amplify 2015. It was a morning full of inspiration, fellowship, and thought-provoking discussion highlighting the work that still needs to be done to reach gender equality — both in […]

Read more

Weber Shandwick is Here at Seattle Interactive 2015!

Seattle is one of the fastest growing tech hubs in the country, and Weber Shandwick Seattle is right in the middle of it. We work with some of the biggest names in the industry, and we’re always pushing the boundaries of digital marketing for our clients. So it’s no surprise that we have a big […]

Read more

Defying Convention: A Conversation with Tom Douglas

Whether you’re living in Seattle or just visiting the city, you’ve probably been to one of Tom Douglas’ restaurants. A household name here in Seattle and winner of three James Beard awards, Tom opened his first restaurant, the Dahlia Lounge, in 1989. Today, with his wife and partner, Jackie Cross, Tom now owns nearly 20 […]

Read more
Close
Go top