In this talk, 321 Coffee’s Lindsay Wrege invites you to challenge cultural norms, specifically in the areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion. You will discover how true change comes from the actions of practicing the better. If you want to make things better, make better things.
Seth Palmer is a seasoned public affairs professional with a passion for communications. For more than a decade, he has used his skills and experience to translate engagement into action for public and private sector entities.
Live events are back (with safer-than-ever practices, of course) and we were thrilled to get together with Raleigh Public Relations Society members and guests at Atlantic Lounge for a private “Meet the Media” event with Raleigh Magazine at the end of August.
We were pumped to have a full (Zoom) house today for “The Power of Reinvention: Five Simple Ways to Get More out of Work and Life…Post Pandemic” with Jes Averhart! If you missed us, the recording is available here.
Here at the Raleigh Public Relations Society, we know work can get stressful for all of our members, so we invited Melissa Bartoletta, E-RYT 200 Integrated Vinyasa yoga teacher AND marketing professional located in the Triangle area, to lead us in a class of movement you can do at work, at your desk, with no equipment required.
“You’re already networking, but is it working well for you?” That’s the big question our April speaker charged attendees with self-assessing and then gave us the tools to optimize both online and offline connections moving forward.