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Four Peaks Spotlight: Sandra Jackson-Dumont

Picking up where we left off with our Four Peaks Spotlight Series, we’re featuring guests from upcoming Four Peaks episodes. Four Peaks is a current affairs program created in partnership with the University of Washington’s Master of Communication in Digital Media (UW MCDM) program and UWTV. Host Hanson Hosein recently spoke with Seattle Art Museum (SAM) Deputy Director for […]

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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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Four Peaks Spotlight: Robin Held

Continuing with our Four Peaks Spotlight Series, host Hanson Hosein spoke with Reel Grrls Executive Director Robin Held about her dynamic storytelling approach to impacting a young generation of educated media consumers and producers. Reel Grrls, a non-profit arts and media training program for girls ages 9-19, seeks to empower young women from diverse communities to realize […]

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Four Peaks Spotlight: Hanson Hosein

Recently, we sat down with Four Peaks show host Hanson Hosein to have him explain Four Peaks’ mission and to provide insight around Seattle’s rich storytelling community. Take a look: Q: Why do you feel that “Seattle could be the storytelling capital of the country in the 21st century” and what do you feel differentiates […]

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Four Peaks Spotlight: Todd Bishop

Hanson Hosein, host of  Four Peaks, recently spoke with GeekWire co-founder and acclaimed tech writer Todd Bishop about his transition to owning his own publication and lessons learned through engaging new audiences. GeekWire, a locally-based independent technology news site and online community, covers people, companies and innovations emerging from the Pacific Northwest. As a sponsor of Four […]

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How to Maximize Your College Years to Land a Job in PR

Last week Weber Shandwick Seattle afforded my colleague and me the opportunity to relive the most cherished of times… We woke up in the morning, grabbed our coffee cups and headed off to school—college to be exact! The University of Washington ‘Intern Thursdays’ program invited Weber Shandwick to come chat with a few rising communications […]

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Networking is the Name of the Game

Last night, Scott Meis, Katie Traut and I headed to a University of Washington PRSSA meeting to give our “Brand U” presentation on personal branding. While our presentation was geared towards students about to graduate, the principles of personal branding are important at any point in a career. Brand Yourself or Someone Else Will When […]

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Tom Paulson Wants to Know: Can Seattle Save the World?

Tom Paulson, blogger from KPLU’s  Humanosphere, an influential news hub for poverty and global health issues, brought local leaders together on April 26th to discuss how Seattle’s development and health organizations are succeeding in making the world a better place. Chris Elias of PATH; Bill Foege, previous director of the CDC and senior fellow for the […]

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