On behalf of all the organizers, we’d like to thank you very much for your support on the Conference promotion and its visibility on Twitter. Our joint efforts – till the very last day! – have paid off and everyone has been satisfied with the outcomes and level of participation. Again many thanks to Momentum for your valuable contribution. We hope to have other occasions in the future.

- Ludivine Houssin, Manager – Scientific Congress and Partnerships, Institut Veolia


What has helped me the most has been the media training and support that I have received from the Momentum Communications Group. I learned how to enter an interview with a message in mind and organize my ideas into a thoughtful op-ed.”

Alexandra Fuentes,  Biology Teacher, Cesar Chavez PCHS for Public Policy, Washington DC

Momentum‘s team of professionals does a phenomenal job of getting our message of STEM educational outreach out to the public. They really have a passion for what we’re doing at the Foundation and for opening doors for us through major placements and alliance opportunities.”

- Jeniffer Harper-Taylor,  President, Siemens Foundation

Momentum came to us with a lot of experience not just in media but in the world of science and education. They knew the vocabulary, the people and the players. That was really important to us when choosing a PR partner.”

- Dr. Nicole Gillespie,  Executive Director, Knowles Science Teaching Foundation

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