I Want a Cubicle, Seriously

Working from home, a coffee shop or other locale has become more acceptable and even expected for some employees. Staying connected is easy, so why not blow a morning working at a coffee roaster, right? For me though, the concept seems nice but doesn’t quite stack up to the actual workplace. I like working at…

The News Lives On

I hadn’t been in a big Denver newsroom in a while, and felt a little nostalgic while visiting tech reporter Andy Vuong at the Post’s offices this week. After our team debriefed him on a client’s pending product launch, Andy was kind enough to give us a quick tour of the ‘ol newsroom. Though not…

Catching a Journalist’s Eye

Public relations professionals today are—rightly so—highly focused on the rapidly changing media landscape and how to harness social media for the good of their companies and clients. However, great value remains in good old fashioned media relations—developing a strong pitch to a carefully targeted reporter who then writes a positive story. Metzger began pitching a…

WILD Summit 2013: A Recap

This month, I had the privilege of attending the first-ever WILD Summit hosted by the Women’s Council of CU Boulder’s Deming Center, and what a privilege it was. This one-day leadership development conference was sold out, and attendees included more than 300 women (and some men, too) in both distinguished and up-and-coming business leadership roles.…