It was a banner year for bylines at Momentum. With a host of clients engaged in national issues – and a motivated team thinking smartly about how to connect our clients’ stories to the news cycle – the agency placed 18 unique bylines for clients in 2018.
Bylines are one of the most effective ways to bring an advocacy organization’s voice into the national conversation. There’s nothing quite like having your views on an issue published in your own words. Momentum made it happen on topics ranging from the midterm elections to the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings and President Bush’s passing. Here are ten representative examples:
- USA Today– Common Ground Committee. Why Americans should vote for common ground in the midterm elections.
- New York Daily News – Workforce Opportunity Services. Why Amazon holds the power to create a sustainable workforce for its HQ2 in Queens.
- Baltimore Sun – American Ethical Union. How to handle tough conversations at the Thanksgiving table.
- Houston Chronicle – Common Ground Committee. How to honor the late President George H.W. Bush’s legacy by forgoing tribalism.
- Education Post – Teaching Matters. How to attract millennials to the education profession.
- Entrepreneur – Workforce Opportunity Services. Three ways companies can integrate multiple generations in the workplace.
- The Hill – Common Ground Committee. How to find common ground in the wake of the Kavanaugh debate.
- Thrive Global – Ethical Culture Society of New York. How five New Yorkers lead ethical lives amidst the chaos.
- Crain’s New York Business – First Workings. How companies benefit when they hire underrepresented high school students as interns.
- The Hill – American University of Antigua College of Medicine. How veterans can help meet the physician shortage in the VA health system.