A Case for Rebranding the Older Worker

A case for rebranding the older worker

Originally published on CampaignLive.com.

The industry doesn’t seem to have room for many over 40. But once we reach that milestone, invisible can’t be the new normal, says Havas PR’s Marian Salzman.

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Boys Need Us to Help Free Them from the Tyranny of Gender Norms, Too

Originally posted on QZ.com.

When we talk about gender rights or gender equality, we invariably focus on girls and women. And that makes sense. It’s the female sex that for too long had been held back, denied even the most basic rights and opportunities, and constricted within a far smaller sphere than historically has been available to boys and men.

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From Brainerd to Brexit: Local Just Got Real

Originally posted on The Huffington Post.

A few weeks ago, most people probably hadn’t heard of Michigan’s Macomb County, the small cluster of suburbs outside Detroit, much less considered that it could determine the fate of the world. Continue Reading →