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Liberal Arts Grads: Apply Here

Jennifer Curley by Jennifer Curley

Spring is in the air, and college students will soon be preparing to walk across the stage and receive their diplomas. The pomp and circumstance associated with graduation day marks the official end of what is arguably the most formative four years of each student’s career preparation. For many, it is the start of a […]

Reaching Hill Staffers: It’s About “Hashtags and Handshakes,” Says Curley Company Survey

Greg Wilson by Greg Wilson

As a Washington, D.C.-based public affairs firm specializing in communications programs supporting government relations and lobbying initiatives, not a week goes by when we don’t find a client, partner or prospect asking us about the impact of social media on reaching congressional staffers: “Should we be using social media to reach congressional offices?” “How important […]

Five Reasons For Hiring (or Joining!) a Smaller PR Firm

Greg Wilson by Greg Wilson

Greg Wilson joins Curley Company. After five terrific years as a solo PR practitioner, I took the shingle off the nail, began packing my briefcase and will once again head into Downtown DC to ply my trade. This is the next chapter in my career of 20+ years in strategic communication, crisis PR, lobbying and public affairs. […]

Busy Morning with NBC

Jennifer Curley by Jennifer Curley

Today, I was honored to spend the morning with Angie Goff of NBC Washington (WRC-TV). We discussed the challenges of how to juggle work and family while I got my daughter, Catherine, out the door to school. We talked about how to get back into the daily routine, and how to balance your child’s school […]

What’s Keeping YOU Up at Night?

Greg Wilson by Greg Wilson

The call usually comes at the end of the day. Sometimes it’s a voicemail message left in the wee hours of the morning that we retrieve at first light, around 6:00am. It always sounds the same, something like: “Houston, we have a problem.” And so begins a relationship with a new client seeking our crisis […]