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Jul 2, 2020

Thought Leadership Thursday: A Springboard to Influence

Last month, The Policy Circle partnered with our friends at SheFactor to honor 2020 graduates at their SheGrad Launch Your Life Summit . The event was “the ultimate virtual event for young women,” which included inspiring keynotes and music from Bethany Hamilton, Kaitlyn Bristowe, Colbie Caillat, Karen Civil, Ashe and more. Leading up to the evening event, SheFactor organized a series of workshops […]

Jun 2, 2020

Engaging in Civil Discourse During a Time of Unrest

Time to Pause, Reflect and Start the Conversation The intensity of the first five and half months of this year is at times difficult to comprehend.  A podcast host provided historical context that at first seems dramatic, but then gut-wrenchingly accurate: “2020 started off like 1974 (an impeachment crisis), quickly became 1918 (a pandemic), turned into 1929 […]

May 29, 2020

The Weekly Good: Small Actions Matter – May 29

It’s hard to believe how quickly the coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed our lives and is shaping a “new normal” of public interaction. We continue to be grateful for the first responders across the country who have cared for the sick, the leaders who face unprecedented challenges balancing the health of individuals and the financial well-being […]

May 22, 2020

National Scavenger Hunt Day – May 24

Marked annually on May 24, National Scavenger Hunt Day is set aside as a day to enjoy the good ol’ fashioned fun of a scavenger hunt. American gossip columnist, author, songwriter and professional hostess Elsa Maxwell (May 24, 1883 – November 1, 1963) is credited with the introduction of the scavenger hunt for use as a party game in […]

May 8, 2020

The Weekly Good: Small Actions Matter – Mother’s Day Edition

It’s hard to believe how quickly the coronavirus has changed our lives in just a matter of weeks.  From the healthcare crisis to the closing of so many businesses, sports and entertainment venues and restaurants, the economic standstill can be felt across America and the world.  With all of this uncertainty, what’s risen to the […]