We’re at the tail end of Women’s History Month; a month where — according to the The Library of Congress, The National Archives and Records Administration, The National Endowment for the Humanities, The National Gallery of Art, The National Park Service, The Smithsonian Institution and The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum — we “pay tribute to the generations of women whose commitment to nature and the planet have proved invaluable to society.”
That’s a whole lot of tribute paying! And rightly so. For centuries, women have been trailblazers in all aspects of our society. From the arts, to politics, to science, to culture and much more, countless women have opened doors small and large for the generations of women who’ve come after them — little old me included.
So as I sit here at my desk, day after day, journalizing content for brands to use across their digital storytelling channels, I can’t help but wonder about the legions of women in PR who came before me. Besides my own professional drive, desires and initiative, how did I “get here,” so to speak? Read more