Guest Post: Adam Umhoefer and Felix Schein
On November 4, 2008, the same day our nation elected its first African American president, the voters of California passed Proposition 8, an amendment to the state constitution that eliminated the fundamental freedom of gay and lesbian couples to marry.
Guest Post: Tod Hill
Philanthropic institutions approach communications in wildly varied ways – from quiet and humble, to bold and provocative; from reactive and responsive, to deliberate and strategic.
The unique communications “personality” of our institutions can play a defining role in our work as communications professionals. A foundation’s personality impacts external branding and guides messaging. It informs strategy and tactics. Some personalities can constrain our work, others can inspire.