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December 10, 2009
September 13, 2011: "Poverty rate rises in America" via CNNMoney, quoting Russell Sage Foundation author, Paul Osterman.
September 7, 2011: "The Challenge of Creating Good Jobs" Q&A with Economix, Steve Greenhouse and Russell Sage Foundation author, Paul Osterman.
September 5, 2011: "Yes, We Need Jobs. But What Kind?" New York Times op-ed by Paul Osterman author of "Good Jobs America"(Russell Sage Foundation, 2011).
September 2, 2011: "Raising job quality and wages to help fix jobs crisis" by Russell Sage Foundation author Paul Osterman, Good Jobs America (September 2011).
Congratulations to the Memphis Three and all those who supported them, including former Pro-Media Managing Director Jene O’Keefe Trigg.
July 24, 2011: Chronicle of Philanthropy: "A Nonprofit Group in Boston Sells Foreclosed Homes Back to Their Owners" by Nicole Wallace.
July 14, 2011: "New Program Helps People Avoid Foreclosure" via CBS Evening News, talking about Boston Community Capital’s SUN program.
June 30, 2011: "Today We Are All Children Of Illegal Immigrants" on The Hill, by Russell Sage Foundation Author, Hirokazu Yoshikawa.
June 27, 2011:WNYC’s Leonard Lopate interviewed author Brian Powell about Americans’ shifting definitions of family and the passing of same-sex marriage in New York.
June 26, 2011: "Talk of President Cuomo? 2016 Is a Long Way Off" by Michael Powell, New York Times, quotes Allison Sesso of the Human Services Council.
June 17, 2011: "The Bronx’s Slow Burn: NYC Budget Cuts Fall On The Most Vulnerable" by Bryce Covert, New Deal 2.0.
June 9, 2011: "Budget Cuts Hindering Economic Recovery" by Harry J. Holzer, Russell Sage Foundation author, via The Hill.
June 7, 2011: "Getting Smart About Giving" by Tamar Snyder, The Jewish Week.
June 7, 2011: "The ‘Budget Dance’: It’s Time To Change The Steps" by Allison Sesso, Deputy Executive Director of the Human Services Council.
June 6, 2011: "Why ‘Good’ Overhead Is Better Than ‘Bad’ For Nonprofits" by Bruce Trachtenberg discusses the Businessweek.com review of Give Smart.
June 5, 2011: Crain’s New York Business: "NY State Budget Cuts To Hit Nonprofits", by Jeremy Smerd and Shane Dixon Kavanaugh.
June 3, 2011: "Group Warns Of Major Layoffs For NYC Nonprofits" by Bruce Trachtenberg, Nonprofit Quarterly.
June 2, 2011: "US Foreign Aid Efforts Get A Corporate Boost" about CDC Development Solutions’ corporate volunteerism programs via MSNBC.
June 1, 2011: "Job Training Funds Shouldn’t Be Reduced Now" by Russell Sage Foundation author Harry Holzer, via MarketWatch.
May 31, 2011: "Whatever The Science Shows, Banning Smoking In Parks Makes Sense" by Russell Sage Foundation author James Colgrove via the Gotham Gazette.
May 27, 2011: New York Times Editorial: "How The Other Half Live, Still" talking about author Hirokazu Yoshikawa’s study Immigrants Raising Citizens.
May 24, 2011: "Growing Leaders, Retaining Employees In Small and Mid-Sized Companies By Giving Back" by Deirdre White, CDC Development Solutions.
May 22, 2011: "But Out! City Sun Bathers And Park Lovers Will Breathe Easier With New Smoking Ban Starting Monday" via NY Daily News, quoting RSF author James Colgrove.
May 22, 2011: NY Daily News "Cutting Schools Doesn’t Add Up Over Long Term" by Albor Ruiz, talking about afterschool program cuts quoting Michael Stoller of Human Services Council.
May 22, 2011: "The Recession’s Biggest Victims" by Eve Tahmincioglu, MSNBC, feature Harry Holzer.
May 20, 2011: New York Times Bookshelf- "Epidemic City" by James Colgrove.
May 20, 2011: "Illegal Immigrants’ Children Suffer, Study Finds" by Kirk Semple, New York Times, featuring RSF author Hirokazu Yoshikawa.
May 20, 2011: "The Social Impact Of Envy And Scorn" by Susan Fiske in Washington Post’s Political Bookworm.
May 16, 2011: “New Site Hopes To Help Donors Improve Results” by Cody Switzer, Philanthropy News Digest.
May 16, 2011: Op-Ed by Russell Sage Foundation’s John D. Skrentny in The Hill: "Immigration Reform: From Distrust To Direction".
May 14, 2011: “An Interview With Tom Tierney, Co-Author Of Give Smart: Philanthropy That Gets Results” by Rahim Kanani.
May 12, 2011: Op-Ed by Russell Sage Foundation author Hirokazu Yoshikawa in the Los Angeles Times: "Citizen Children And Life Under The Radar".
May 11, 2011: "Thousands Plan To Rally On Wall Street Against Big Banks" by Erik Ortiz, quoting Chris Winward of HSC.
May 11, 2011: Russell Sage Foundation author, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, discussed the struggles of undocumented parents on NPR’s Tell Me More with host Michel Martin.
May 10, 2011: Check out Terri Kruzan’s blog post on CDC Decelopment Solutions’ IVC program at Culture Sleuth
May 4, 2011: "Corporate Peace Corps: A New Trend In HR Management" by Deirdre White of CDC Development Solutions via Human Resources IQ.
May 4, 2011: "Rally for Women and Families in New York" via Feministe.
May 2, 2011: Change.org: "New York Set To Balance Budget On The Backs Of Women and Families" by Shelby Knox, featuring the Who Cares? I Do. campaign.
April 29, 2011: Op-Ed by Michael Stoller ED of the Human Services Council and Councilmember Annabel Palma – "There’s Still Time For Smart Budget Solutions".
April 26, 2011: Russell Sage Foundation author Hirokazu Yoshikawa talks about his latest book, "Immigrants Raising Citizens" on WNYC’s "The Leonard Lopate Show".
April 21, 2011: Huffington Post: "Child Care Cuts A Body Blow To New York’s Working Parents", quoting Allison Sesso of the Human Services Council.
April 19, 2011: Congratulations to Russell Sage Foundation author Claude Fischer for being elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
April 19, 2011: Brooklyn Daily Eagle: "500 Turn Out For Demonstration".
April 13, 200: Chief Learning Officer: "Think Locally, Act Globally" by Mike Prokopeak featuring CDS.
April 13, 2011: New York Nonprofit Press: "Caring In The Rain: 500 Rally With HSC To Protest Service Cuts".
April 7, 2011: MarketWatch.com "Corporate Volunteerism Goes Global" by Deirdre White, president and chief executive of CDC Development Solutions (CDS).
April 6, 2011: Chronicle of Philanthropy podcast by Allison Fine with guests Lucy Bernholz and Joel Fleishman, the co-author of Give Smart: Philanthropy That Gets Results.
April 6, 2011: Russell Sage Foundation author Theda Skocpol on "The Takeaway" discussing "Medicaid and Medicare Under Rep. Ryan’s Budget".
April 3, 2011: Rochelle Lefkowitz, President and Founder of Pro-Media, and her husband Felix Kramer, Founder of CalCars, talk about the importance of having electric cars in The San Jose Mercury News, "Telsa, Other Electric Vehicles Poised To Enter The Mainstream".
April 2, 2011: Check out an expert from the new book "Give Smart" by Thomas Tierney and Joel Fleishman.
April 1, 2011: New York Times: Wealth Matters "Giving Strategically, When The Government Can’t" by Paul Sullivan. Contribute to the conversation here: "When The Fortunate Can Help Those Less So".
April 1, 2011: Today’s Associated Press Bookshelf features Give Smart by Thomas J. Tierney and Joel L. Fleishman.
March 30, 2011: Released today, a new book by Thomas J. Tierney and Joel L. Fleishman: Give Smart: Philanthropy That Gets Results.
March 29, 2011: Learn more about what CDC Development Solutions does: "Coporate Peace Corps, New Trend Among HR Professionals".
March 28, 2011: Tom Tierney of The Bridgespan Group gives insight on effective Philanthropy in "Philanthropy: How To Make Even Small Gifts Matter" by Amy Feldman, Reuters.
March 23, 2011: Check out The New York Women’s Foundation’s lastest publication on the "Impact of the Govenor’s Proposed Budget on Women, Children and Families".
March 22, 2011: "Spending Cuts Could Threaten Women’s Progress" by Michael Stoller and Allison Sesso – in the Gotham Gazette.
March 11, 2011: Michael Stoller, Executive Director of the Human Services Council, writes "More Help Than Harm: Extend the Personal Income Tax Surchange" in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
March 8, 2011: Who Cares? I Do. campaign presents Savino with Mandate- Times Union-Capital Confidential Blog and WAMC.
February 24, 2011: "New York Nonprofits Rally Taxpayers to Protest Proposed Cuts" – by Suzanne Staline, Chronicle of Philanthropy.
February 14, 2011: "While Albany Slashes The Budget, They Suffer"- by Alison Bowden, Metro NY.
February 14, 2011: The Human Services Council of New York launches the Who Cares? I Do. campaign to preserve government funding for human service programs. For the press release click here. Follow them on twitter: @WhoCares_IDo
February 5, 2011: Russell Sage Foundation author Harry J. Holzer is quoted in the Los Angeles Times- "Job Growth Remains Sluggish , Though Unemployment Drops To 9%" by Don Lee.
February 4, 2011: Check out this blog post: "Philanthropy on the Edge: Foundations, Egypt, and Press Freedom" by Bradford Smith, president of the Foundation Center.
February 4, 2011: Author Harry J. Holzer talks about the latest unemployment numbers on American Public Media’s "Marketplace".
February 2, 2011: Michael Stoller, of the Human Services Council, talks about the Governor’s proposed New York State Budget on WBAI.
February 2, 2011: Harry Holzer weighs in on the Bloomberg BusinessWeek cover story "The Youth Unemployment Bomb" by Peter Coy.
January 28, 2011: Rochelle Lefkowitz, President and Founder of Pro-Media, and her husband Felix Kramer, Founder of Calcars, are the "Lucky Family First To Get A Chevy Volt And A Nissan LEAF."
January 13, 2011: USA Today- "Tense Time For Workers As Career Paths Fade Away" by Rick Hampson.
January 10, 2011: Today the American Library Association announced the 2011 Youth Media Awards at their Midwinter Meeting, coverage of the awards includes the Associated Press, USA Today, Time for Kids, and many more.
January 7, 2011: Guest Harry Holzer weighs in on the December unemployment numbers – "Economists: See Growth With Unemployment Report".
December 14, 2010: The Takeaway explores American Values including "Family" with guest Brian Powell.
December 13, 2010: KQED’s "Forum with Michael Krasny" sits down with Joan C. Williams to discuss her newest book, "Reshaping the Work-Family Debate".
December 7, 2010: Washington Post’s Political Bookworm- "Accepting Same-Sex Families" by Brian Powell.
December 5, 2010: Los Angeles Times Op-Ed "Marriage And The Court Of Public Opinion" by Brian Powell.
November 30, 2010: "Hurdles Facing Men Juggling Work, Family" – NPR’s "Tell Me More" host Michel Martin speaks with Joan C. Williams.
November 25, 2010: "Guess Who’s Coming To (Thanksgiving) Dinner?"- NPR Host Allison Keyes talks about how the definition of family is changing.
November 18, 2010: "What Does A ‘Family’ Look Like Nowadays?", Sharon Jayson of USA Today gets answers from various scholars including Russell Sage Foundation author Brian Powell.
November 16, 2010: "Under Pressure: The Great American Work/Life Speed-Up for Men and Women" by Melissa J. Anderson, The Glass Hammer.
November 9, 2010: Check out the latest from Joan C. Williams, Washington Post Political Bookworm "Palin, Working-Class Hero".
November 3, 2010: Today on "The Takeaway"- "The Obama Factor: Presidential Visits and the Midterms" with guest Theda Skocpol, Russell Sage Foundation scholar.
November 3, 2010: San Francisco Chronicle- "Don’t Blame Obama For 2010 Election Rout" by Joan C. Williams.
October 30, 2010: Russell Sage Foundation scholar Theda Skocpol gave her insight on the upcoming midterm elections on "For Your Ears Only".
October 26, 2010: "Future of Work’ Leadership Panel Tackles Critical Issues Facing America’s Workforce": Symposium Launches F.E.G.S’ Al Miller Center to Bring Together Influential Thought Leaders from Various Sectors to Explore Issues Impacting Society.
October 21, 2010: "Calling Mr. Mom" by Lisa Belkin, New York Times Magazine, quoting Reshaping the Work-Family Debate author Joan C. Williams.
Ocotber 21, 2010: "Nonprofit Lender Gets $5.5M" by Jenifer B. McKim, Boston Globe.
October 19, 2010: Opportunity Finance Network announces: Wachovia Wells Fargo NEXT Awards for Opportunity Finance Awards Two Outstanding CDFIs $8.25 Million. For the awardees and more information check out the Press Release.
October 16, 2010: The Feministing Five: Joan C. Williams -by Chloe Angyal.
October 15, 2010: The Russell Sage Foundation Working Group (led by political scientist Theda Skocpol) releases Reaching for a New Deal: President Obama’s Agenda and the Dynamics of U.S. Politics, a balance sheet of the Obama administration’s domesic agenda. Download the full report from The Russell Sage Foundation’s new website!
October 14, 2010: Check out Joan C. Williams’ interview on WNYC’s The Leonard Lopate Show, discussing her new book, Reshaping the Work-Family Debate (Harvard University Press, 2010).
October 11, 2010: TIME magazine October 18th issue look out for Belinda Luscombe’s piece "Week-On, Week-Off Parenting" quoting Reshaping the Work-Family Debate author Joan C. Williams.
October 9, 2010: Joan C. Williams author of Reshaping the Work-Family Debate discussed Democrats’ need to reconnect with working-class voters on For Your Ears Only.
October 8, 2010: Mother Earth News- "Fueling Our Future With Weeds" by Steven Apfelbaum, Applied Ecological Services and Apfelbaum gives advice on green roofing options as a guest on Mother Earth News Radio.
September 30, 2010: Counted Out (Russell Sage Foundation, 2010) author Brian Powell featured in Newsweek- "What Makes a Family?" by Pat Wingert and Barbara Kantrowitz.
September 26, 2010: Washington Post Outlook- "Obama and the Democrats must reconnect with working-class voters" by Joan C. Williams, author of Reshaping the Work-Family Debate (Harvard University Press, October, 2010).
September 26, 2010: Russell Sage Foundation lead author Brian Powell was interviewed by Pedro Echevarria on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal, discussing the new book Counted Out (Russell Sage Foundation, 2010) and how Americans define family. Watch it here: "What Defines A Family".
September 20, 2010: Steven Apfelbaum’s opinion piece "Dirty Jobs: the key to America’s economic and environmental renewal" appeared today in the Christian Science Monitor.
September 20, 2010: Author of Reshaping the Work-Family Debate (Harvard University Press, October, 2010), Joan C. Williams is quoted in the latest issue of Newsweek magazine’s "Men’s Lib" article by Andrew Romano and Tony Dokoupil.
September 17, 2010: Check out founder, president, and senior ecologist of Applied Ecological Services, Steven Apfelbaum’s"Why We Should Care About Forest and Peat Fires in Russia" on NRDC’s OnEarth Magazine.
September 15, 2010: New study by Russell Sage Foundation lead author Brian Powell released today, Counted Out looks at who Americans count as a ‘Family’. Press coverage includes The New York Times, Associated Press, ABC-TV World News with Diane Sawyer, and Salon.
September 2010: The American Library Association celebrates Library Card Sign-Up Month. Check out Account Coordinator Lauren Atieh’s blog post on libraries and why you should get your library card today!
August 17, 2010: The Schott Foundation for Public Education released today its fourth biennial state-by-state report, "Yes We Can: The 2010 Schott 50 State Report on Black Males in Public Education". (Press Release) Pro-Media secured wide coverage of the report findings in top media outlets, including CNN, NBC Nightly News, New York Daily News, The Tavis Smiley Show, Education Week, Educationnews.org, WNYC, and many more.
August 6, 2010: The Seneca Meadows Wetland Preserve opened today, a eco-restoration project that restored 600 acres in Seneca Falls, NY.
Check out Joan C. William’s weekly Huffington Post blog and look out for her forthcoming book, Reshaping the Work-Family Debate (Harvard University Press, October, 2010).
July 12, 2010: Check out TIME’s The Curious Capitalist blog - Creating not just jobs, but good jobs which quotes Russell Sage Foundation book Low Wage Work In A Wealthy World.
July 9, 2010: Russell Sage Foundation authors, Jennifer Lee and Frank Bean, guest blog on Washington Post’s Political Bookworm titled Immigration’s Racial Complexity.
July 8, 2010: Chris Windward, of the Human Services Council, discussed the state of New York nonprofits in her interview with NY1.
June 29, 2010: Human Services Council Executive Director Michael Stoller exposes the potential negative impact of the proposed New York budget on human services in his interview on WBAI’s Wakeup Call.
June 25, 2010: Remembering Stonewall by Pro-Media’s new staff member Stephanie Schroeder.
June 17, 2010: Pro-Media staff members Melissa Baker and Maxine Mitchell share their thoughts on Father’s Day.
June 16, 2010: Haiti Can I Help? Models for Donors Seeking Long-Term Impact is a new report by UPenn’s Center for High Impact Philanthropy that details how donors can help Haitians not only rebuild in the wake of disaster but develop capacity for the future.
June 13, 2010: Author Paul Loeb was on Fire Dog Lake Book Salon for a live chat to discuss his book, Soul of a Citizen.
June 10, 2010: The Principal Leadership Institute’s W. Norton Grubb & Lynda Tredway’s op-ed on how California budget cuts impact on education appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle.
May 14, 2010: The graduation of 40 men and women from UC Berkeley’s Principal Leadership Institute was featured on KQED.
May 11, 2010: Check out Pro-Media’s latest Digital Media Release, produced for the United Methodist Women Assembly 2010. The release was regularly updated throughout the four-day assembly and contains links to all of the event’s media hits.
April 30, 2010: Pro-Media client National People’s Action was featured on CNN for its ‘Showdown on Wall Street’ event. The events, which have taken place so far in Kansas City and New York, have attracted more than 20,000 media placements. Click here to learn more about the upcoming ‘Showdown’ event in D.C.
April 30, 2010: Russell Sage Foundation author John Schmitt tells BusinessWeek regarding immigration: “It’s not the border that’s broken, it’s our low-wage labor market.” Schmitt co-edited the Russell Sage Foundation book Low-Wage Work in the Wealthy World.
April 29, 2010: The United Methodist Women are receiving media attention in and around St. Louis as Assembly 2010 kicks off, including this radio segment about their advocacy for immigration reform and a St. Louis Beacon story.
April 26, 2010: Failing schools do not need to turn to businesses for help; instead, they should focus on producing stronger leaders, says Pro-Media client Norton Grubb of the Principal Leadership Institute in BusinessWeek.
April 9, 2010: Paul Rogat Loeb, author of "Soul of a Citizen" was recently featured on GritTV with Laura Flanders. Loeb discussed how to overcome roadblocks to enacting meaningful change.
April 7, 2010: A New York Daily News op-ed by Pro-Media Communications client the Human Services Council describes why a new MTA tax on non-profits would be detrimental.
March 31, 2010: Pro-Media client Asia Society and its Confucius Classrooms program was featured on WABC in New York. Check out the story here and see our behind-the-scene photos when Pro-Media staff accompanied reporter Art McFarland to this school in Long Island.
March 24, 2010: Check out this post from Pro-Media Account Coordinator Jane Yoo’s blog about why she participated in Sunday’s "March For America" and why just immigration reform means so much ot her and her family. Also, don’t miss her excellent photos from the event.
March 16, 2010: On Huffington Post, Pro-Media Communications founder and president Rochelle Lefkowitz discusses how philanthropic organizations can rise above headline scare tactics and counter constant "low-level anxiety" the 24-hour news cycle perpetuates.
March 4, 2010: Learn more about how Pro-Media Communications can help you produce a dynamic video to help you stand out.
March 2, 2010: Pro-Media Communications is seeking an account manager for our New York office. Click here to read details about responsibilities and qualifications.
February 23, 2010: Pro-Media Communications is introducing a new service called a Digital Media Release, a dynamic new way to share your news in the Web 2.0 world.
February 12, 2010: Pro-Media client Asia Society and its new network Hanban-Asia Society Confucius Classrooms was featured on the New York Times’ City Room blog.
February 9, 2010: President and founder Rochelle Lefkowitz’s husband, Felix Kramer, will speak at the TED2010 Conference in Long Beach, CA. His TED U talk is not about the passion for which he’s best known—plug-in hybrid vehicles—but rather, “Throwing Away My Running Shoes,” where he sings the praises of barefoot running and how it changed his life.
February 7, 2010: Pro-Media offers its deepest condolence for the passing of Beth Shulman, one of the most effective social change agents for low-wage workers, economic and social justice of our time.
Feb. 2, 2010: Pro-Media client the Center to Promote Healthcare Access makes its case in the Sacramento Bee for streamlining healthcare to connect families with benefits and programs.
Jan. 26, 2010: Teri Wade has joined Pro-Media Communications as Managing Director.
Jan. 19, 2010: Longtime Pro-Media Communications client the American Library Association was featured on the Today Show. The ALA announced the winners of its 2010 Youth Media Awards, with Pro-Media providing press support. Click here to read about our work and watch the Today Show segment.
Jan. 18, 2010: Kansas City Star Columnist Lewis Diuguid uses the Russell Sage Foundation book "Insufficient Funds" to make a case for economic justice in honor of Martin Luther King’s Day.
Jan. 18, 2010: Pro-Media Communications pays tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King.
Jan. 16, 2010: A letter by Pro-Media Communications Digital Initiatives Strategist Michael Falco appeared in Saturday’s New York Times. The letter offers a counterpoint to David Brooks’s column about the factors that led to today’s challenges in Haiti. Falco argues many of Haiti’s woes are more likely linked to financial realities than cultural ones, as Brooks claims.
Jan. 14, 2010: Our thoughts are with the people of Haiti. We encourage others to consider giving to aid with the relief efforts. Huffington Post has some great suggestions on how to help the Haitian people.
Dec. 30, 2009: Thank you to all of our 2008-2009 clients, your work has inspired the entire Pro-Media staff.
Dec. 29, 2009: Check out the latest Pro-Media produced podcast. This audio podcast with a pair of Russell Sage Foundation scholars covers the ever-changing online world, discussing everything from policy changes for Wikipedia to coordination online to BBQ.
Dec. 18, 2009: Pro-Media Communications is proud to announce an exciting new transition. Teri Wade, currently vice president for communications at the Foundation Center, will replace Jené O’Keefe Trigg as Pro-Media’s managing director. Jené will leave Pro-Media after 5 tremendous years to return to New Orleans, where she will return to her passion—criminal justice reform—working with the Innocence Project of New Orleans. Teri brings more than 20 years of strategic communications and management experience. Click here to read more about the transition.
Dec. 16, 2009: Happy holidays from Pro-Media Communications! See our E-Card here.
Dec. 10, 2009: Felix Kramer, husband of Pro-Media Communication’s President & Founder Rochelle Lefkowitz, was named a local “Climate Hero” by Acterra and Bay Area Green. Click here to read about Felix’s work.
Dec. 9, 2009: Tom Croft, author of ‘Up From Wall Street: The Responsible Investment Alternative,’ responds to President Obama’s efforts to improve the job market. Read his thoughts on the Campaign for America’s Future.
Dec. 6, 2009: Linda Tarr-Whelan, author of ‘Women Lead the Way’ and Pro-Media client, joins C-SPAN BookTV about the problem of gender inequality in leadership positions in government and business.
Dec. 4, 2009: Russell Sage Foundation co-author John Karl Scholz tells the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette how the stigma of using food stamps has declined in the face of the economic downturn.
Dec. 3, 2009: Opportunity Finance Executive Director Mark Pinsky is featured in this Stanford Social Innovation Review podcast about social enterprise and community development.
Nov. 18, 2009: National People’s Action Executive Director George Goehl added his perspective to a Los Angeles Times article about President Obama’s new task force to combat fraud linked to the financial crisis.
Nov. 17, 2009: Pro-Media Communications client Center to Promote Healthcare Access is featured in a new podcast about its program One-e-App, which increases access to public assistance for scores of Americans.
Nov. 16, 2009: The Wall Street Journal features Pro-Media client National People’s Action and its most recent set of protests.
Nov. 11, 2009: Check out Tony Jackson from Asia Society’s new Huff Po block on ELA Common Core standards.
Oct. 5, 2009: Pro-Media Communications Digital Initiatives Strategist Michael Falco was among a panel of experts to discuss effective use of Social Media in PR News. Click here to read Falco’s comments.
Oct. 1, 2009: Pro-Media Communications is proud to announce it is now working with National People’s Action as it prepares for the “Showdown in Chicago.” You can learn more about the Showdown in Chicago here.
Sept. 9, 2009: During the “Helpers Need Help” forum Sept. 9 at Baruch College, Human Services Council Executive Director Michael Stoller praised the work Pro-Media Communications has done on their behalf. Through Pro-Media’s efforts, the report has received press coverage on WNYC, WBAI-FM, The New York Times, the Chronicle of Philanthropy, City Limits, and many more. Click here to hear Michael’s comments.
Sept. 5, 2009: As Vice President of Education at Asia Society, Anthony Jackson challenges and inspires teachers, administrators and policymakers to think about international education in new and innovative ways. Check out his new article at The Huffington Post, “Mr. President: 21st Century Skills Include Global Competency.”