Reporting on hurricane recovery work
Nancy's team produced video news releases aired by international and national media after Hurricane Mitch ravaged Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua.
Investing in the future
Carol led communications support for the American Red Cross tsunami recovery program in Southeast Asia.
Maddie Orton, NJTV-PBS, at APAP|NYC
NJTV News interviewed the exotic and eclectic exhibitors in the 400-booth expo hall at Association of Performing Arts Professionals global conference, APAP|NYC.
Classical musicians perform at Carnage Hall as part of APAP's Young Performers Career Advancement program.
Improving research reproducibility
Global Biological Standards Institute (GBSI) led the charge to create a system to evaluate and rank research antibody performance, leading to improved reproducibility in biomedical research.
Press briefing at Asilomar
GBSI brought global leaders in the biomedical research community together in 2016 to develop the first workable guidelines for validating antibodies.
National Save-a-Life Saturday
People across the nation learned first aid and hands-only CPR in honor of Gabrielle Giffords, after her life was saved by the skills in 2011.
Homes buried by the Choluteca River
"Families lost everything. They're digging their homes out of the silt, salvaging anything they can." - Nancy Retherford, American Red Cross
Tsunami recovery in Banda Aceh
Carol and team documented families receiving keys to their new homes following the 2004 tsunami in Banda Aceh.
Resilience in El Salvador
Nancy documented stories about the long road to recovery from Hurricane Mitch in Central America. The American Red Cross Invested $51 million to rebuild lives and communities.
Global strategic communications and media relations consultants
advancing organizations, companies and events dedicated to making a positive difference in the world.