While every month is a time to recognize the work and accomplishments of women, March is dedicated as a month to highlight the vital role of women throughout history. As Pace PR is a female-founded and women-led PR agency, Women’s History Month is truly a time for celebration – and we saw that reflected in March’s press hits, which featured several of our incredible female clients, each working to advance and innovate their chosen fields of expertise. We’ve included a roundup below of them all for you to check out!
Women Impact Tech – a community for collaboration, professional growth, and belonging that inspires, educates, empowers, and advances women in technology – and its President Paula Ratliff made numerous headlines this Women’s History Month. Paula shared her knowledge on everything from why female-focused conferences are more important than ever with BizBash to the Great Resignation and future of work with Authority Magazine.
Another amazing female founder we work with is Dr. Deborah Brosnan, the founder of Deborah Brosnan & Associates, an international scientific consulting company that provides smart solutions to environmental risks and climate change. This past month Dr. Brosnan shared critical climate expertise with BBC World News for World Water Day regarding a new landmark report about water demand, as well as with Scripps News, where she dug deeper into the topic of ESG.
The Center for Active Design (CfAD)’s Nadine Rachid was another of our impressive clients featured during March. CfAD oversees Fitwel, the leading healthy building certification, guiding the real estate community to prioritize health and wellbeing in the built environment via their science-based strategies. Nadine appeared on the Taking Care in Business Podcast to talk about a new and exciting chapter in CfAD’s work.
We also work with Smith College (the alma mater of our CEO as well as one of our Senior Account Executives and one of our Assistant Account Executives!), specifically with Smith Executive Education, a program for women in business at every stage of their careers. Director Meredith Courtney provided insight this past month to Commercial Observer about the effects of the pandemic on women in the commercial real estate workforce, and the workforce at large.
One of our wonderful female doctors we proudly work with, Dr. Sue Decotiis, gave her professional expertise on a topic that’s been all over the news and social media feeds: Ozempic. She chatted with SPY about the real cost of buying it online, how to do it safely, as well as its side effects.
Entrepreneurial force Renata Black, co-founder of EBY – a female-led, size inclusive, purpose-driven, VC backed start-up tech company poised to disrupt the intimate apparel industry – joined the Visible Panty Lines Podcast this March, sharing her innovative + trendsetting journey, empowering women around the world along the way.
See below for the full lists of hits for these clients! We had an incredible March + Women’s History Month here at Pace PR, with even more wins we didn’t get to share here. As always, we want to give a huge thank you to the writers and producers of these pieces and segments. We’ll see you again in April!
Women Love Tech: IWD: Paula Bratcher Ratliff On What Cracking The Code Means To Her
Scripps News Reports: Scientist Digs Deeper into ESG Factors
Taking Care in Business Podcast: Episode 127: Center for Active Design with Nadine Rachid
Commercial Observer: Women in CRE Strike a New Balance Three Years Into The Pandemic
Visible Panty Lines Podcast: The Trailblazing Journey of Renata Black: Empowering Women Globally