Your Talent Is Your Future: 5 Tips to Attract and Keep the Best Workers

by Anne Deeter Gallaher

September 14, 2017

Millennials are the largest generation to enter the U.S. workforce, which brings new challenges and opportunities for business owners. These 18- to 35-year- olds are 69.2 million strong and wield a powerful voice. They are our future. But how do we recruit them and persuade them to work for us and bring their optimism and passion to our companies?

Honing in on your transferable skills

by Anne Deeter Gallaher

August 16, 2017

Anne Deeter Gallaher was interviewed by Cathy Hirko, editor for Central Penn Business Journal's Women in Leadership, and was asked to share some of her insight in taking the step from being a stay-at-home mom to starting and growing her own marketing business, and becoming a published author. 


Every Day Is National Social Media Day: What’s in Your Digital Tattoo?

by Anne Deeter Gallaher

July 12, 2017

Finding the right social media marketing mix for small business to invest in, as well as understanding what your messages should be on disparate channels can be daunting—to the point of paralyzing for some businesses. But, the opportunities to tell your story, reach new audiences, and attract the attention of the media offers a competitive advantage with bottom-line impact.

Nashville Food Scene: Go-To Destinations

by Monica C. Bishop

April 18, 2017

Nashville, Tennessee, is the home of country music, health care, and a booming real estate industry. In fact, one would think the skyline cranes are the new Tennessee state bird! What many people forget when referencing the Volunteer State Capital is the food scene. From hot chicken and fluffy biscuits at little-know roadside hideaways to haute cuisine in The Gulch, Nashville’s food is as vibrant as it is varied, reflecting the homey flavors of the South, as well as the innovation of some of America’s finest up-and-coming chefs.

Open That Bottle

by Anne Deeter Gallaher

March 03, 2017

The last Saturday in February is known around the world as Open That Bottle Night. I am no wine aficionado—not even close—but I always loved reading the Tastings column in The Wall Street Journal by husband-and-wife wine connoisseurs

So You Want to Work in Public Relations?

by Monica C. Bishop

February 21, 2017

I am a Millennial who recently graduated from college and moved to a brand new city one month after graduation. I worked for a few months as a waitress while I applied to a number of PR agencies and tried to meet new people.

The Key to U.S. Economic Growth?

by Anne Deeter Gallaher

February 20, 2017

We are officially in political rhetoric season, and I’m fascinated by the candidates’ economic narratives on how we can shift our economy into high gear.

10 Valentine’s Day Gifts for the Writers in Your Life

by Monica C. Bishop

February 07, 2017

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and nothing says “I love you” like a well-chosen word. Unless it’s one of these awesome gifts for writers!

7 Characteristics of an Employable College Graduate

by Anne Deeter Gallaher

June 25, 2016

Learn 7 Characteristics of an Employable Graduate that will help you find the job of your choice from Anne Deeter Gallaher, co-author of The Future Belongs to Students in High Gear. 

We Need More Leaders Like Mulally

by Anne Deeter Gallaher

May 03, 2014

The following is a Wall Street Journal Letter to the Editor by Anne Deeter Gallaher, which appeared in the March 5, 2010 issue.