PRWeek’s Femme Forward series showcases a diverse group of women in PR who describe the challenges of dealing with COVID-19, home schooling, working from home, domestic chores and the racial reckoning of 2020.
The largest telecoms deal in history, bringing two disparate employee groups together in a remote environment and a new CEO challenged Janice Kapner and her comms team in 2020 — but they responded with resilience and grew as a unit.
The strength of Rachel Huff’s key industry relationships morphed a lockdown dominated by caring for two young children into the launch of a brand new agency consultancy.
Like many working mothers, PRWeek’s Diana Bradley has taken on numerous extra responsibilities since the COVID-19 lockdown, as well as starting a project that expanded the household.
Deanna Bratter reflects on the challenges of being a badass businesswoman while staying on top of parent-teacher conference sign-ups and keeping the kids off Minecraft during home schooling hours.
In this week’s Femme Forward, Helen Shelton emphasizes the importance of amplifying the voices of women in the workplace and acting now to drive change in trying times.
In this week’s Femme Forward, Beth Garcia looks back on a year of working from home in the same space as her three daughters that required grit and resilience alongside several practical coping mechanisms.
In this week’s Femme Forward, single mom Angel Renee describes how the demands of lockdown took her by surprise, surviving with three kids in a crowded apartment, balancing life and reevaluating priorities — all with the help of a wobbly cat.
In PRWeek’s latest Femme Forward blog, Jordana Strosberg describes being spooked by the pandemic, making the leap to a new job in lockdown and trying to manage the multiple stresses of coronavirus with calm confidence.
Current’s Brittney Thomas continues PRWeek’s series of perspectives from women in PR facing the professional and personal challenges of surviving the pandemic.
In the lead-up to International Women’s Day, Zeno’s EVP, deputy head of NY consumer Jackie Cox Battles kicks off PRWeek’s series of perspectives from women in PR facing the professional and personal challenges of surviving the pandemic.