It’s one thing to see your name in lights, but your photo blown up and placed on a Manhattan skyscraper? Well, ask Molly MacDonald how it feels. Her photo was prominently displayed in lights this past December as a 2019 AARP® Purpose Prize® fellow. Molly was one of 9 AARP Purpose Prize fellows, an award
Three Michigan entrants – Detroit Athletic Club (DAC), Diva Tech Talk and Michigan Radio – made repeat appearances on the annual roster of national AWC Clarion winners. This year they took top honors in marketing communications campaigns, logo design, sports photography and various radio categories.
Denise Gray-Felder, chief communications officer at Michigan Medicine and AWC Detroit Headliner, delivered the keynote speech at Celebrate & Elevate 2018. In this excerpt, she describes authentic leadership and encourages you to live the work and personal life that you define, based on the terms you set.
AWC Detroit is pleased to see Susan Ager on the list of Michigan Journalism Hall of Fame inductees for 2018. Best known for her 25 years at the Detroit Free Press, which included 16 years as a columnist, she earlier worked for the Associated Press...
Joanne Gerstner, Sue Voyles, Nicole Scheffler and Kathleen Norton-Schock from the Detroit Chapter are among the 2017 Clarion Winners. Gerstner’s new book, “Back in the Game: Why Concussion Does Not Have to End Your Athletic Career,” won in the nonfiction, non-technical category. Voyles, president of Logos Communications, took top honors in the Special Promotion category