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Graduating Perspective

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The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly affected working styles across the globe. The same is true at Cerrell: we’re all working from home, including us interns! Our intern class is made up of recent graduates and graduate students, who have had to adjust not only to remote work but to remote school as well during this time of transition.

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Up to the Task: Moving a Public Meeting Online

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Governor Newsom’s March 19 Stay at Home order abruptly impacted how all Californian’s live, work and play. Workplaces that weren’t deemed essential had to quickly adapt to a new normal. Many of us focused on maintaining productivity and services that somewhat resemble life before COVID-19 – a true example of learning as you go.

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PR Quick Tips: Healthcare

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While we’ve all seen missteps by brands and companies trying to market their non-essential products and stay relevant during the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals and health care organizations don’t need to do this dance. Whether they’re treating COVID-19 patients or not, there’s no greater time for health care systems, both large and small, to be talking to the public about what they do best: providing life-saving and life-changing care to patients and disseminating medically-accurate information to keep people and communities healthy.

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A Changing Electorate

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With unemployment rates soaring, economic uncertainty is now a real concern for people and communities across the country and throughout the world. For people furloughed in industries like service and hospitality and for extremely vulnerable populations like low-income families with children and unhoused individuals, resources and support are critically needed.

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Giving Back to Our Community

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With unemployment rates soaring, economic uncertainty is now a real concern for people and communities across the country and throughout the world. For people furloughed in industries like service and hospitality and for extremely vulnerable populations like low-income families with children and unhoused individuals, resources and support are critically needed.

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Lee Cerrell: Mentor, Friend and Mom

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Today we honor the memory of our beloved Lee Cerrell. Lee was not only a pioneering political consultant and campaign advisor, but an incredible mentor, friend, and mom to those at Cerrell and in her community. She was a changemaker, undoubtedly setting the stage for future generations of women in politics. We often say she’s one of the reasons we reference ourselves as a Cerrell family—and we’re proud to have been able to continue this tradition. Here’s to you Lee.

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Winning Together

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The American Cancer Society National Volunteer Leadership Summit brought together volunteers and leaders from across the county to Atlanta, GA to celebrate its victories and focus its mission to save...
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The Future of Healthcare

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SHSMD Connections is the leading annual conference for healthcare strategists hosted by the Society of Healthcare Strategy & Market Development. The conference connects leading innovators in marketing, planning, business development,...
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Running for Public Office

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When I decided to run, I was immediately faced with criticism. “You’re too young; wait your turn; you’re too inexperienced; you don’t have any major financial backers,” and the list goes on. I was a 26-year-old public policy graduate from UC San Diego with three years of experience working at Cerrell and very little political capital. 

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