Tag Archives | Multicultural Public Relations

#MulticulturalConsumersMatter | My 2018 Charge to Help Affect Change in Marketing Communications

I was recently recognized as the 2017 Distinguished Senior Leader by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Chicago Chapter, […]

From Undocumented Immigrant to Communications Maven: Sharing My Story to Inspire Others

Located in the suburbs just north of Chicago, Wheeling High School is home to a staff of educators who intensely […]

Applying Internship Knowledge in the Classroom | 6 Tips from FCG Intern, Denajha Phillips

  Many college students are now well-settled into fall semester courses, campus jobs and extra curriculars. Fellow summer interns: it […]

Shaping Our Latino Identity Part IV: Immigration and Chasing the American Dream

By Angelica Ramirez As we rev into the peak of the 2016 election year, the spotlight is again on immigration. […]

Shaping Our Latino Identity Part III: El Sabor Dominicano

With almost every Latino country represented, Miami is one of the most diverse cities in the country. Yet, as a […]

One Size Doesn’t Fit All: The Case For Targeted Hispanic Social Media

One Size Doesn’t Fit All: The Case For Targeted Hispanic Social Media Does one size fit all, even in social […]

Does Father Know Best? A Look at the Dad Blogger

Does Father Know Best? A Look at the Dad Blogger The power of the Mommy Blogger is no secret to […]

Because Mom Said So

Because Mom Said So As a society, we’ve come to understand the mother figure as a symbol of timeless wisdom […]