‘1619’ is an audio series on how slavery has transformed America, connecting past and present through the oldest form of storytelling. The six-episode series examines the long shadow of American slavery, focusing on topics such as the foundation of American government and democracy, the economy, music and more.
A few months ago I was asked by an inquisitive mind, “What is one beneficial skill you’ve picked up on but weren't necessarily taught?” I was pleasantly surprised by the question as it varies from the standard questions asked by prospective pros in the interview room.
Our organization is committed to further amplifying BIPOC voices and consistently serving as a reliable and educated ally. In 2020, we initiated anti-racism training with Katara McCarty. During these training sessions, our team is challenged to answer difficult questions, gain new perspectives, and invoke uncomfortable conversations in order to grow and become better industry leaders, communicators, and BIPOC allies.
As I pause to think about the highs and lows Dittoe PR has experienced this year, I feel incredibly fortunate to say that we have come out on top. There is so much our team should be proud of for accomplishing in 2020.
Last week, we shared a blog post announcing two recent promotions at Dittoe PR. Ashley Eggert was named vice president of client services, and Greta Snell is now vice president of strategic initiatives. If you haven’t had a chance to ...