On Record PR goes on record with C-suite executives, journalists, top legal marketing professionals, lawyers, and other thought leaders to discuss best practices for marketing and public relations strategies that drive business success.
Gina Rubel goes on record with Whittney Beard, Master Certified Coach at Volta Talent Strategies, to discuss the benefits of coaching, the impact of COVID-19 on the need for coaching services, and how coaching can support lawyer retention.
Whittney brings over 14 years of professional coaching experience to her coaching and consulting practice at Volta. She spent eight years exclusively coaching lawyers at Orrick in a br...
Jennifer Simpson Carr goes on record with Bill Heller, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the New York Giants, to discuss his transition from private practice to in-house, the legal issues that keep him the busiest, what resources he values to stay abreast of legal developments, and his advice to new general counsel.
As the New York Giants Chief Legal Officer, Bill is involved in all aspects of the Giants’ busi...
In this episode of On Record PR, Founder and CEO, Gina F. Rubel, Esq., goes on record with Vanessa Blum, Newsroom Innovation Director at American Lawyer Media, to discuss newsroom innovation, trends in legal media and how trends impact the way news is delivered.
Vanessa is ALM’s first Director of Newsroom Innovation, a role that combines vision, leadership and editorial expertise. A graduate of Northwestern University’s ...
In this episode of On Record PR, Gina Rubel goes on record with Susan Freeman, CEO & founder of The Conscious Inclusion Company, to discuss how companies can crash their outdated, nondiverse and non-inclusive operating systems.
Susan Freeman is the CEO and founder of The Conscious Inclusion Company and its subsidiaries, Executive Institute on Inclusion (for large companies) and Diversity University (for small to mids...
In this episode of On Record PR, Executive Vice President Sarah Larson goes on record with James Greenwood, senior policy advisor at DLA Piper, retired CEO of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization, and former congressman representing Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Jim Greenwood started his career as a social worker focusing on abused and neglected children in 1980. At the age of 29, he was elected to the Pennsylvania Ho...
Leslie Richards goes on record with Ellen Snortland to discuss the origin of the National Women's History Alliance and the significance of Women’s History Month for women and girls today.
Ellen has her Juris doctorate from Loyola Law School, and is an author, lecturer, playwright, filmmaker, and writing coach for local and internationally based clients.
A long-time woman's rights advocate, Ellen is a blogger for ...
Gina Rubel goes on record with Ashley Gorbulja-Maldonado, Public Affairs Specialist at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Founder of GuideOn Education to discuss her time serving her country as an Army National Guard veteran and her continued work as a leading voice in supporting America’s military-connected community.
Ashley proudly served her country as an Army National Guard veteran for over eight years and c...
In this episode of On Record PR, Caitlan McCafferty goes on record with Professors Ellen Hartigan-O'Connor and Lisa Materson from U.C. Davis to discuss their work in women and gender history.
[Trigger warning: This audio recording contains material about sexual violence.]
Professors Ellen Hartigan-O'Connor and Lisa Materson are historians at U.C. Davis who specialize in women's and gender history. Together t...
Jennifer Simpson Carr goes on record with Latanya Mapp Frett, President and CEO of Global Fund for Women, to discuss her journey of becoming president and CEO, the impact of grassroots movements around the world, and what International Women's Day means to her.
An attorney by training, Latanya began her career at the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund in Washington, DC. Prior to joining Global Fund for Women, Lat...
Sarah Larson goes on record with Holly Hotchner, President and CEO of the National Women’s History Museum, to discuss the museum’s mission to tell the stories of women who transformed our nation.
Holly has extensive experience creating new and interesting experiences for museum visitors and driving institutional advancement. She also led her own consulting firm working with nonprofits on strategic growth and held positio...
Jennifer Simpson Carr goes on record with Keith Maziarek, Director of Pricing and Legal Project Management at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP and an Officer and Board Member of the Legal Value Network.
In his role as Director of Pricing and Legal Project Management at Katten, he is responsible for developing, implementing and scaling the firm's formal pricing and legal project management functions. The scope of this posit...
Gina Rubel, goes on record with Pavani Thagirisa, Associate General Counsel, Vice-President and Global Head of Legal for ESG at S&P Global, to discuss how legal leaders can be advocates and advisors across a broad spectrum of responsibilities and roles.
Pavani joined S&P Global in 2009 and currently advises S&P Global' s enterprise ESG business.
Over the past 10 years, she has held several management and ...
Gina F. Rubel goes on record with Joan Feldman, co-founder and editor-in-chief at Attorney at Work to discuss the do’s and don’ts of pitching articles to Attorney at Work an online publication and website for lawyers who want to improve the business and marketing side of their practice.
Attorney at Work is an online publication and website for lawyers who want to improve the business and marketing side of their practice....
Gina Rubel goes on record with Marcie Borgal Schunk, president and founder of The Tilt Institute to discuss how law firms can leverage data for competitive advantage and implement strategies for sustainable growth.
The Tilt Institute specializes in helping law firms shepherd significant transformation. Marcie trains and coaches leadership teams and emerging leaders to create dynamic plans, shift mindsets and motivate act...
Jennifer Simpson Carr goes on record with WBNA All-Star Kym Hampton to discuss how organizations can successfully recruit and retain diverse talent and the competitive advantage of diverse teams.
As a professional basketball player, Kym was drafted as the number four pick in the 1997 WNBA Elite draft and played three seasons for the New York Liberty. Prior to joining the WNBA, Kym did a 12-year professional stint oversea...
Caitlan McCafferty goes on record with Dr. Terry Sullivan, the cofounder and executive director of the White House Transition Project to discuss the history of presidential transitions and the important events leading up to inauguration day.
Dr. Sullivan is a recently retired professor of political science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His research continues to focus on presidential leadership and t...
Gina Rubel goes on record with Deirdre Childress Hopkins, the Director of Communications at The Hope Center for College, Community and Justice at Temple University in Philadelphia.
Deirdre is the former Director of Public Relations for Visit Philadelphia where she served as the communications representative for Latinx, African American, LGBTQ, and the Canadian tourism markets.
Prior to that, she was the Strategic Commun...
Gina Rubel goes on record with Leslie Richards, the Chief Innovation Officer of Furia Rubel Communications, to discuss 2021 digital marketing priorities for professional service firms.
The Chief Innovation Officer of Furia Rubel Communications, Leslie Richards, has been helping marketing and design teams excel for more than 25 years. Since 2005, she has served in agency leadership positions where she spearheaded the deve...
Bryon Koepke is the Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Suburban Propane, a nationwide distributor of energy products that serves approximately 1.1 million residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural customers through more than 668 locations in 41 states.
Prior to joining the company in 2019, Bryon spent several years as Senior Vice President, Chief Securities Counsel for Avis Budget Group, Inc., which is the ...
David Brown is Diversity Advisor to the Office of the Dean of Temple University’s Klein College of Media and Communication. The first Diversity Advisor, David also serves as an Assistant Professor of Instruction, directs the Public Relations Field Experience and Internship Program, and serves as Faculty Advisor to Temple’s Black Public Relations Society chapter. He is the Diversity Liaison on PRSA’s Educator’s Academy Board, and a ...
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