Recognizing the Power of Washington Women: A Recap of Seattle’s Chamber’s WIBLI Fall Symposium

Last week, I had the honor of attending the Seattle Chamber’s Women in Business and Leadership Initiative (WIBLI) Fall Symposium along with Michelle Maggs, Weber Shandwick Seattle’s general manager. The event brought more than 120 powerful women (and as the speakers joked, a few good men) together to discuss issues affecting the Seattle community and […]

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Happy Holidays

Because We Love You

As 2013 comes to an end, we wanted to take this opportunity to thank everyone who allows us to do what we love to do every day. That goes for all of our clients, as well as our community of partners, vendors, family and friends.  [youtube id=”aQ1HG1QDhl4″]  It’s been quite a year at Weber Shandwick. […]

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Weber Shandwick Attends WGHA’s Party for the Health of It

If there are three things that Seattlelites do well, it’s eating, dancing and honing our unique culture of collaboration. And this past weekend, we had the opportunity to do all three. The Washington Global Health Alliance (WGHA), an organization that connects the state’s leading global health organizations to advance global health equity, hosted its annual […]

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Networking and Fun at the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Tradeshow 2013

Last week, Weber Shandwick Seattle joined more than 100 exhibitors at the Century Link Field Event Center for a night of networking and fun at the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Tradeshow 2013! As first time exhibitors, we were excited to see more than 1,000 individuals attend the event to meet and connect with Seattle […]

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Pro Bono Spotlight: Helping Treehouse Grow

Last year, I had the opportunity to go to a tea party… for charity!  The event was Treehouse’s annual Tea Party fundraising event at the Norcliffe Estate in North Seattle. I enjoyed an unforgettable afternoon of high tea in the grand ballroom, mingled among thousands of vintage hats (and selected the perfect one to complement […]

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Can Seattle be the Next Silicon Valley?

It rains a lot in New York City.

Yeah, I’m saying this from Seattle. Seattle, of all places. Doesn’t it rain every day here? And I have the gall to say that somewhere else gets a lot of rain? Get a load of this guy, right?

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Lace ‘Em Up for Earth Day!

On Saturday, I laced ‘em up alongside my Weber Shandwick colleagues for the Seattle Magazine’s Earth Day 5k. We’ve been celebrating Earth Day and our planet for a while now at Weber Shandwick, and this 5k was a great way to celebrate the community – not only the running community, but the Weber Shandwick community and our shared love of our planet and this great city.

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The New Language of Scientific Communications

As communications professionals – particularly in an agency setting – we pride ourselves on our ability to pivot at a moment’s notice, adapting to new conditions with speed, agility and aplomb. But if anyone can knock us down a peg, it’s Sonia Singhal, a Ph.D. student in the University of Washington’s Department of Biology. Singhal […]

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A Mad Men First Friday with the UW MCDM Program

To provide an opportunity to network and foster community relationships, Weber Shandwick hosted the University of Washington‘s Master of Communication in Digital Media Program (MCDM) for their First Friday happy hour event. Amidst Motown music and tuna tartar, Weber Shandwick Seattle employees and MCDM studients and faculty alike mingled in their Mad Men-themed attire of bouffant hair, […]

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