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RunSwitch Welcomes Gilbert Mischel

RunSwitch welcomes Gilbert Mischel to the team! Joining the firm as an Account Coordinator, Gilbert holds a background in campaign coordination, conflict management, and organizational finance which has aided in his success with our public affairs and public relations clients. Prior to joining RunSwitch, Gilbert operated six winning political campaigns during the November 2018 election…

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RunSwitch Welcomes Back Kathryn Parrish!

RunSwitch welcomes back Kathryn Parrish! Kathryn rejoins the team as a Senior Account Director, working in support of the firm’s public relations and public affairs clients. She also serves as one of the firm’s chief writing experts. Kathryn has worked in a variety of public relations and communications roles in the D.C. metro area, Raleigh,…

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Meet Benton Nighbert, RunSwitch’s Spring Intern

RunSwitch extends a big welcome to our spring intern, Benton Nighbert. Learn more about Benton below. Name: Benton Nighbert Hometown: Lexington, KY College/Year/Major: University of Kentucky/2019/Economics What part of your internship are you most excited about? I am excited to acquire skills that I will be able to use throughout my entire career, and I am also…

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RunSwitch Announces Promotion of Zachary Taylor to Account Director

RunSwitch PR, Kentucky’s largest full-service public relations and public affairs firm, announced the advancement of a team member, promoting Zachary Taylor to account director. “We’ve been very impressed watching Zachary grow into an outstanding public affairs professional,” said RunSwitch Founding Partner Steve Bryant. “Each member of our team brings a different and distinct quality that…

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RunSwitch PR wins statewide “Best Places to Work”

RunSwitch PR has been named one of Kentucky’s “Best Places to Work” by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. The statewide award adds to RunSwitch’s other workplace awards, including being a two-time winner of Louisville’s Business First“Best Places to Work” award. The prestigious award is based on employee responses to a survey conducted by the Kentucky Chamber.…

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Hannah Esrock

Meet Hannah Esrock, RunSwitch’s Spring Intern

RunSwitch extends a big welcome to our spring intern, Hannah Esrock. Learn more about Hannah below. Name: Hannah Esrock Hometown: Louisville, KY College/Year/Major: University of Louisville/Senior/Creative Communication What part of your internship are you most excited about? I am excited to learn all the outs and ins of the PR world! While it seems like an extravagant job,…

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Ben Keeton Selected for Bingham Fellows Class of 2019

Ben Keeton, Senior Vice President at RunSwitch PR, Kentucky’s largest public relations and public affairs firm, has been selected to participate in the Leadership Louisville Center’s Bingham Fellows Class of 2019. Since 1988, Bingham Fellows has provided experienced leaders with the opportunity to examine and recommend solutions to critical issues facing our community. Bingham Fellows is a…

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Les Fugate Elected to Leadership Kentucky Executive Committee

LOUISVILLE, KY., – Les Fugate, Executive Vice President at RunSwitch PR, Kentucky’s largest full-service public relations and public affairs firm, has been named to the Executive Committee for Leadership Kentucky. Created in 1984, Leadership Kentucky is a non-profit educational organization that brings together groups of people who possess a broad variety of leadership abilities, career accomplishments, and…

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Scott Jennings

The Value of a Life

The Value of a Life By: Scott Jennings President Donald Trump’s statement siding with Saudi Arabia on the issue of murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi sent shockwaves through American media and Washington D.C., raising questions about America’s commitment to holding accountable regimes that commit human rights atrocities. The president’s statement—which he personally dictated, according to news…

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Scott Jennings

Embrace the Boring

Embrace the Boring By: Scott Jennings I wrote in this space before the midterm that Donald Trump has a better than 50 percent chance of being reelected in 2020. Since the results of the 2018 election rolled in, several people have asked if I feel the same way given the Democratic gains in the suburbs…

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