Going Beyond Representation in 2021

“Representation matters.” We often hear this phrase when discussing the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I), or the lack thereof, across industries including media and entertainment, healthcare, education, and beyond. For my mother, a…

Black History Month: Remember Our Past to Make a Better Future

As a media strategist, I recognized long ago the power of storytelling and that it’s so critical to tell the stories of individuals from diverse backgrounds to educate, inspire and motivate – revealing the intricate…

Getting Comfortable with the Uncomfortable and Necessary Truths

Last year, we started coming to terms with some uncomfortable truths – at FleishmanHillard, our deep commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion got stuck in good intentions and our steps forward were not enough. Since…

Supporting the Foster Care Community During the Pandemic Through FH4Inclusion

The U.S. currently faces a shortage of foster parents for the 400,000 American children and youth in foster care. With the COVID-19 pandemic, it is even more crucial that children, youth and foster families have…

What Makes FleishmanHillard in Brussels Unique: A Diverse Office with 15+ Nationalities and Languages

Diversity looks different around the globe. At FleishmanHillard (FH), we believe in the power of perspectives and teams that reflect the world we live in and the stakeholders and clients we serve. Fostered through our…

‘On the Record’ with Dan Frommer: The Newsletter Business

‘On the Record’ is a series where we sit down with our colleagues and friends who are often at the receiving end of our pitch emails – journalists. We tackle hot topics to learn and…

On the Record with Nona Tepper: Unpacking Ethical Technology

‘On the Record’ is a series where we sit down with our colleagues and friends who are often at the receiving end of our pitch emails – journalists. We will be tackling hot topics, learning…

Festivals of India

India has always gleamed with the honor of being a diverse country – be it geographical, cultural, ethnic, religious, environmental or political. That said, seldom does a day go by without a celebration in this…

On the Record with Ben Golliver: Working from Inside the Bubble in Orlando

For this ‘On the Record’ Q&A, Matt Fox chats with Ben Golliver, National NBA Writer for the Washington Post, about his unique experience reporting from inside the basketball bubble in Orlando, Florida. The discussion also…

Bridging the Gap Between #SayHerName and the African American Policy Forum

Earlier this summer, as the murder of George Floyd flooded our news, companies around the world were forced to reflect on our country’s history of structural racism, prompting long-overdue conversations and action across all levels.…

Remix Your Algorithm – Shifting Our Culture at FleishmanHillard to Confront and Remove Bias

At FleishmanHillard we have a bold ambition to be the most inclusive agency in the world and we are forging the path that will get us there. It won’t happen overnight, but the past few…

On the Record with Elizabeth Yuko, PhD: The Relationship Between PR Professionals and Press

For this ‘On the Record’ post, Caitlin Teahan explores the ups, downs and in-betweens when it comes to the relationships between PR professionals and members of the press. Seasoned freelancer and notable bioethicist, Elizabeth Yuko,…

Supporting a Crisis within a Crisis – Helping the Most Vulnerable during COVID-19 through FH4Inclusion

When the U.K. lockdown was announced, the FleishmanHillard team in London was passionate about proactively pursuing ways to help the most vulnerable in society. For many of us, the idea that lockdown had much more…

On the Record with Annika Harris: A Personal Perspective as a Black Woman in Journalism

‘On the Record’ is a series where we sit down with our colleagues and friends who are often at the receiving end of our pitch emails – journalists. We will be tackling hot topics, learning…

Something To Be Proud Of

Finally, June is here. After what has been a harrowing start to 2020, we’ve arrived. Pride Month. A time for celebration, parades and love! But, I have to be honest and say that I’m having…