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November 18, 2021

Council Chair Karen Himle Looks to Future; Nathan Gonzales on the Win that Was a Loss for Dems

November 18, 2021

Dynamic. Ever-changing. And entering a new phase of its history. That’s how the Council’s new chair, Thrivent’s Karen Himle, views the profession. Read on to learn more about her priorities for the year ahead.

November 18, 2021

What happened in the Garden State signals a good-to-great set of midterm elections for the GOP next year. Nathan Gonzales explains what the governor’s race means for the future.

November 18, 2021

European governments and businesses won’t likely rely on pre-pandemic advocacy tools any time soon. We explore how global public affairs is embracing the digital world – and the new challenges that come with it.

November 18, 2021

Recent studies show that companies are engaging in civil rights priorities more than any other social issues, and yet the public is largely unimpressed with corporate America’s efforts. The Council’s Senior Director of Marketing and Communications, Laura Horsley, breaks down what’s behind the disconnect.

November 18, 2021

Whether you’re a mentor or a mentee, one key factor sets programs — and employees — up for success.

November 18, 2021

What are we reading in November? A look at how likes, clicks and comments affect the news; the limits of corporate transparency; Meghan Markle’s advocacy tactic of choice; and more.

November 18, 2021

It’s best to cut language that’s abstract, vague and impersonal. Our Impact editor explains why some euphemisms need to kick the bucket.

October 25, 2021

Civil Rights Overtakes Sustainability for Corporate Engagement

October 25, 2021

Expectations of corporate America are changing. A new report from the Foundation for Public Affairs looks at the growing pressure for corporations to take a stand on social issues and how companies can help create a better, more equitable society.