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Five Questions (5Q) With…

Kim Praitano has spent her career building organizations that support the community. As CEO of Gilda’s Club South Florida, she shares the mission that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action and sustained by community. 1. Tell us a little bit about your background and how you came to Gilda’s Club? […]

Five Questions (5Q) With…

Joel Greenbaum took the skills he learned as a New York City musician, the influence of stars who belted out songs from his recording studio, and a deep social conscience to develop and devote his life to nonprofit work. He is currently the President and Chief Executive Officer of Executive Service Corps – South Florida. […]

Meet Haj Media’s Sarah Klein

Please help us in welcoming University of Miami’s Sarah Klein to the Haj Media team. Sarah joins Haj Media as an intern for 2021 and we couldn’t be happier to have her with us. A sophomore at the University of Miami, Sarah is majoring in Public Relations with minors in Spanish, Marketing and Creative Writing. She […]

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Five Questions (5Q) With…

Mari Corugedo has been a Florida resident for the majority of her life, a graduate of Southwest Senior High School she then went on to earn both her bachelor and master’s degrees from Barry University. Now she is a successful community organizer, educator and United Teachers of Dade Building Steward at Jack D. Gordon Elementary […]

We’ve Been At This WFH Life For Nearly A Year Now – But Are We Doing It Well?

How effective are you at working remotely? With more and more people working from home—a trend that’s not likely to go away completely in the near future—it’s important to maintain your productivity and efficiency. Communicating is still the key to success. So much has been lost from in-person meetings and conversations. We now have to […]

What 2020 Has Taught Us

As we count down the final days of 2020, a year we could never have imagined and would collectively like to forget, how we promote clients and brands has been redefined. When social justice marches spilled onto the streets and downtowns of cities across the country and the threat of the Coronavirus became deadly real, […]

Race & Healing: A Community Conversation (Part 3)

The final reflection of our three-part blog series Race & Healing: A Community Conversation centers around the distinct role the corporate community plays in these conversations and the profound impact it has. The special Town Hall event kicked off Atlanta’s citywide Race2Read Challenge, which encourages students and their families to read 20 minutes a day to […]

Race & Healing: A Community Conversation (Part 2)

Welcome to the second part of our three-part blog series on Race & Healing: A Community Conversation. The special Town Hall event kicked off Atlanta’s citywide Race2Read Challenge which encourages students and their families to read 20 minutes a day to reach the goal of 10-million minutes for the 2020-2021 school year. Below, we captured […]

Race & Healing: A Community Conversation

Recently, Atlanta students and families had the opportunity to join community leaders, educators and prominent authors to address racism, anti-racism and healing. Race & Healing: A Community Conversation, kicked off the citywide Race2Read challenge, encouraging students and their families to read 20 minutes a day to reach the goal of 10-million minutes for the 2020-2021 […]