Celebrating 35 Years of Impact
In 35 years a lot has changed. Computers replaced typewriters. Emails replaced faxes. One thing remains the same – stories have impact, and for 35 years it’s been our honor to help clients tell their story.
In 35 years a lot has changed. Computers replaced typewriters. Emails replaced faxes. Social networking expanded from the in-person reception to the online connection. One thing remains the same – stories have impact, and for 35 years it’s been our honor to help clients tell their story.
From the Million Mom March in Washington, D.C. to the opening of the Clinton Library in Little Rock, Arkansas … from Norman Lear’s multi-city college tour with an original copy of the Declaration of Independence to town hall meetings across the country focused on “Lincoln’s Legacy: Race, Freedom and Equality of Opportunity” … from learning trips to health clinics, farms and women-owned small enterprises in Zambia, Botswana, Ghana, Ethiopia, Mozambique and Tanzania to President Carter’s historic Middle East trip to Israel, the West Bank, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan … and, of course, right here in our own backyard, from working with The Chicago Community Trust to help produce the 12th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates and plan its signature On The Table initiative, to helping our non-profit clients celebrate student achievements, shine a spotlight on hunger and much more – we have told our clients’ stories with impact.
As we reflect on the last 35 years and look to the future, one thing remains unchanged – our passion, commitment and expertise.
Over the next several months we invite you to meet our team through a monthly video series. As JT continues to grow, we look forward to helping clients share their story.