The Public Relations Strategist

Summer 2017: Silver Anvil Special

For Cleveland, hosting the 2016 Republican National Convention provided an opportunity to reverse its narrative of struggle and decay. Did the city have the resources to pull it off? 

Faced with a major visibility issue following the end of the Space Shuttle Era, NASA sent a crew of astronauts to space for a year to document the excitement and importance of the agency’s work.

Hill+Knowlton developed a program to promote the 2016 International Invictus Games, athletic competitions that encourage recovery and rehabilitation for veterans.

Three out of four Texans say mental health problems affect someone they care about. Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute and LDWWGroup are helping change the conversation to one hope and recovery.

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