Lauren Feldis

Introducing Lauren Feldis

LCI welcomes Lauren Feldis, who joins the team this fall as a PR intern. In this week’s LCInsights blog, Lauren shares what she’s most looking forward to learning during her internship. Tell us a little about yourself. I’m a recent graduate of Whitman College, a small liberal arts school in Walla Walla, Washington (a town […]

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David Landis

Seven Steps To Better Communication When A Crisis Hits

This blog originally appeared on Forbes’ website. LCI president and CEO, David Landis, is a member of Forbes San Francisco Business Council – an invitation-only organization for successful entrepreneurs and business leaders in the Bay Area. As a PR executive with decades of experience, I’ve seen a number of corporate crises that demonstrate a basic […]

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beverly butler

Meet the Media – Beverly Butler

Beverly Butler is a senior vice president at Wells Fargo Bank, with a focus on customer experience communications. What’s your top priority at work for today? Today was all about making sure Wells Fargo team members in the area that could be affected by Hurricane Dorian knew when and where to report to work…or not, […]

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Meet the Media – Betty Sullivan and Jen Viegas

Betty Sullivan and Jen Viegas are co-publishers and co-editors of the San Francisco Bay Times – one of the oldest LGBTQ newspapers in the Bay Area. How old is your newspaper and what makes it unique? Betty & Jen: The San Francisco Bay Times was founded in 1978, so it’s over four decades old now. […]

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public relations global network partners

Introducing PRGN Partners Alessandra Malvermi and Andy See Teong Leng

On this week’s blog, we get to know two of our Public Relations Global Network partners – Alessandra Malvermi of Sound PR, Italy and Andy See Teong Leng of Perspective Strategies, Malaysia. Alessandra Malvermi, Sound PR What is one personal item that people might not know about you? I like hiking and spending time outdoors […]

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Will Durst

Meet the Media – Will Durst

Will Durst is an American political satirist. Born in Wisconsin, Will considers himself an honorary native of San Francisco and has recently started writing a column for the SF Chronicle, which appears every other Tuesday. With your new column, your assignment is to take on the Bay Area’s places and people. What SF trends, stories […]

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Steven Milner

Meet the Media – Steven Milner

Steven Milner is the editor of various publications in the geospatial and automotive sectors, including Lidar Survey, as well as the co-owner of MilnersMarketing. What’s your top priority at work for today? I structure my day into four main areas: tactical work, working on achievables, building & promoting content, and networking & building relationships. Tell […]

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Greg Sarris

Tribal Chairman and Sonoma Sheriff speak out on immigration

LCI recently worked with our client, Graton Economic Development Authority, to generate awareness for a unique event between the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria and the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department. Greg Sarris, Graton Rancheria’s tribal chairman, invited Sheriff Essick to address a sold-out crowd of mostly Latinos about immigration. The goal was to convey a […]

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Meet the Media – Steven Winn

Steven Winn is an arts writer for the San Francisco Chronicle, as well as a frequenter interviewer for the City Arts & Lectures series. What’s the most memorable performance you’ve attended (and why)? The opening night of “Angels in America: Millennium Approaches” on a memorably hot night in May 1991, at the old Eureka Theatre […]

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Taking a Mid-Year Break

By Ashley Boarman, Account Supervisor Activities like spending time with family, work travel, multiple deadlines, Netflix and our extracurriculars (such as working out and spending quality time with friends) don’t leave us much time to just… STOP. Nonetheless, taking time to slow down is critical to one’s emotional, mental and physical health. For these reasons, […]

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