Workstyles of the Rich and Famous

Perspective from Sandi Goldfarb: During the course of my career I have experienced the pleasure and, at times, the pain of working with celebrities on behalf of both nonprofit and for for-profit corporations. Whether they are actors or athletes, politicians or performers, the best ones understand they have a job to do and use their popularity to draw attention to an issue or institution. According to a study conducted by Rutgers University, finding the right match...

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Groundbreaking ceremony this morning for @FirstWind solar project in Warren http://t.co/NNotlC7sLu reply

Green Tech PR

Home solar power discounts are worker perk in new program via @dianeNYT in @nytimes http://t.co/RAL3tGaOEK reply

RBSC Health

Companies Try to Escape Health Law’s Penalties via @wsj http://t.co/aSZ2GUxIhh reply

Rasky Baerlein

And the winner is... Chef Josh Ingraham of Gourmet Caterers. Congrats!!! @charitiesboston #hungerchopped reply

Friends of RBSC


RT @CARandDRIVER: BMW and Audi USA developing carbon fiber that’s *90 percent* cheaper to produce. http://t.co/wdlVkvGJhv http://t.co/yym9O reply


RT @NYGovCuomo: Today we announced the first NY Green Bank transactions to kick off clean energy projects across the state: http://t.co/C1Y reply


Did you know many BJ’s Wellsley Farms baked goods use #fairtrade sugar? Look for the Fair Trade logo on the package! #FairTradeMonth reply

Cambridge Consultants

We will have our new diagnostic product development Flow Health Hub at #medica2014 - read more http://t.co/zNHJY9yvlW http://t.co/qh02qllvFh reply

In the News


Rasky Baerlein and Prism Public Affairs Merged in January 2014

Larry Rasky on NPR's Political Junkie

Ken Rudin's Political Junkie, Episode #43: Destroying ISIS, Drawing Women. September 18, 2014

The Hill quotes Dave Tamasi

The Hill "Lobbyists prepare for 'two-week sprint'" September 3, 2014

The Boston Globe: Is Mass. on the verge of a political drought?

The Boston Globe "Is Mass. on the verge of a political drought?" June 6, 2014

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