Kim Hunter’s ‘Wake-Up Call’ to PR: Become Inclusive

Few communication leaders have done as much as Kim Hunter to advance the number of minorities in public relations, advertising and marketing. In addition to his long career that includes key corporate and agency roles, Kim founded three organizations focused on communications, recruiting and scholarship philanthropy. Each role is significant, but Kim’s LAGRANT Foundation likely…… Continue reading Kim Hunter’s ‘Wake-Up Call’ to PR: Become Inclusive

Six PR Legends Added to PRWeek Hall of Fame

Six inspiring leaders of the public relations profession were inducted into┬áthe PRWeek Hall of Fame last night during a dinner celebration at the Grand Hyatt in New York. Each leader has contributed greatly to the success and advancement of our profession as told in these┬átestimonials and videos from their colleagues and friends. In his acceptance…… Continue reading Six PR Legends Added to PRWeek Hall of Fame

Building Confidence: Key to Intern Success

By Stephany Rodas Under fluorescent lighting surrounded by blue-tinted walls, I nervously sat in a studio room preparing for my first Facebook Live interview at Teen Vogue. It was my first media interview representing a client and truth be told, I was not ready for it. Sure, I had been well-versed in the client product…… Continue reading Building Confidence: Key to Intern Success

Find Mentors at Home, School and Work

My first corporate intern, Necole Merritt, LAGRANT Foundation founder Kim Hunter, Entergy’s Patty Riddlebarger and I discussed mentorship and career advice at Dillard University’s Mentoring Forum this week. LAGRANT scholarship recipient Danielle Miller, a Dillard senior, organized the program attended by nearly 100 students, and she wrote the following guest post. By Danielle Miller NEW…… Continue reading Find Mentors at Home, School and Work