March Madness

Growing up in Central Kentucky in the 1970s-1980s, you could not get through the month of March without being inundated by college basketball. The gas stations, banks and grocery stores would be decked out even more than usual with banners and flags in University of Kentucky blue. TV commercials that month would be UK-themed, and... Continue Reading →

đź“šFriendship Lessons from a Dad in a Tutu

I met my friend Patrick Riccards in 2006 when we were both working for Lipman Hearne, a boutique marketing firm serving mission-driven organizations. We had different areas of expertise, yet collaborated on a handful of client accounts. I've cultivated many workplace friendships over the years, each an opportunity to learn and grow. Patrick approached challenges... Continue Reading →

Playing it Forward

Looking back on the trajectory of girls’ participation in sports this Women’s History Month, we are amazed at how things have changed since Title IX was enacted 50 years ago. Sara shared in an earlier post that we were part of the first girls’ soccer team at our high school back in the 1980s, when... Continue Reading →

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