Intuit’s “Speedboats and Battleships” set out to increase employees’ awareness of Intuit’s competition, get a better understanding of Intuit’s own products and do it all while having some fun; ultimately, the game was a success, as 4,337 employees participated (more than half of Intuit’s population) including more than a dozen senior leaders and the CEO.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, PR measurement should inspire (rather than thwart) creativity.
The year’s best communicators were honored at a luncheon ceremony at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
Eliza Merves Account Executive, Makovsky + Company Eliza Merves tackles PR logistics with ease, coordinating website launches, pharmaceutical company reviews, media relations and internal training seminars. For client Kowa Pharmaceuticals, Merves launched the largest known survey… Continued
Winner: Lisa Adler VP, Corporate Communications, Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company Lisa Alder overseas a communications team that practices PR, patient advocacy, visual communications and digital communications. Under her leadership, a social media program was… Continued
Lauren Pratapas Senior Director, Story Partners Capitalizing on her past experience working as a producer for CNN’s Washington bureau, Lauren Pratapas has played a pivotal role in shaping Washington, D.C.’s perception of Story Partners’ roster of… Continued
Winner: Ellen Murphy Senior Director of Communications, YMCA Ellen Murphy was a key figure in the revitalization of the YMCA’s organization-wide communications strategy. Under Murphy’s leadership, the YMCA’s local and national media coverage increased and… Continued
Lindsay Treadway Manager, Corporate Communications, Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company Lindsay Treadway’s deep experience and understanding of the areas of global drug development (in many therapeutic areas including oncology, mental health, COPD, chronic pain, cardiovascular, ADHD)… Continued