Below is Part Two of Sandy Lish’s interview with the first female Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts, Evelyn Murphy.
Sandy: As you think back on your experiences, is there one defining moment that led to your focus on pay equity and the wage gap?
Evelyn: There is no one defining moment, but there is a defining period of time. I challenge you to think of it that way. Let me explain. While I was in public office I didn’t attend to my retirement years. As a result, I concentrated my time during the majority of the 1990s on making and saving money so that I could live modestly for the rest of my life.Read More
In the 20 years since The Castle Group was founded as a women-owned business, it is encouraging to see that women have continued to advance tremendously in both the public and private sector. These advancements are due in large part to the guidance and examples set by leaders that have come before us, as well as those who continue to advocate for women in the workplace.
Recently, Castle’s own Sandy Lish had an opportunity to sit down with the first female constitutional office holder in Massachusetts, former Lieutenant Governor Evelyn Murphy, to discuss her thoughts on the wage gap, women in business and politics, and the future of the next generation of women leaders.Read More
During my time as an events intern for The Castle Group, I was fortunate to be able to learn from some of the best event professionals in the business. I am now able to apply what I have learned to other aspects of my life. I, along with the other captains of the Bentley Women’s Soccer team, Jenny Lewis, Ana Tantum and Haley Story, have been tasked with planning our team’s annual cancer awareness game. In the past we have kept it simple and sold T-Shirts, donating the profits to the charity of our choice. This year, to amplify our event, we decided to set our goals a little higher and partner with a wonderful charity called Family Reach. With the help of Family Reach and the experts at Castle, we have developed a truly exciting event. I have learned many lessons along the way and have decided to share five tips to planning a non-profit university event.Read More
Sometimes, life is full of coincidences, isn’t it?
Recently, I was sharing a story with my husband about the best lesson I learned from Sandy Lish and The Castle Group, and how I apply it to my own business today. A few days later, Sandy asked me to write a guest blog to help celebrate Castle’s 20-year anniversary. No joke. Coincidence. Fate. Kismet. Whatever you call, it’s an easy blog to write.Read More
As we continue to celebrate 20 years in business, our own Sandy Lish sat down with the General Manager of WCVB, Bill Fine, to talk about his defining moments over the past 20 years, his incredible team, and how the station as a whole amplifies itself within the community.Read More
I started out at The Castle Group (TCG) as an Account Coordinator in 2006. It was my first job out of college, so needless to say, I was very green to the public relations industry. Little did I know that this first job was much more than just a j-o-b. It was an experience that helped me uncover a passion for nutrition, and this discovery coupled with the unwavering support of the Castle team would set me on a path that would determine the rest of my career.Read More
If you want to foster a positive work environment, you need to work at it—and at Castle, we do! From day one, Sandy and Wendy strived to do great work—and to create a really special place to work. Collaboration, teamwork and appreciation are not just buzzwords here. We live it every day. And the result…Read More
During The Castle Group’s Spirit Week celebrating our 20th anniversary, we hosted a day-long workshop at our office in the Navy Yard as part of WriteBoston’s six-week summer program that engages students to improve their writing, build journalism skills and explore different parts of Boston.Read More
One of the most moving moments in our otherwise largely humorous, “Thing” competition came when Keri presented her fabric- and phrase-splotched megaphone.
Keri has been an integral part of our team for an amazing 17 YEARS—having led events for us around the world and around the corner. She has developed team members and client relationships and most of all, epitomizes Castle Culture. She is family.Read More
No, it isn’t the title of a scary movie. And no, it isn’t an unknown being that emerges from the swampy wetlands one cold night in October. (Though the thought of both produce far less anxiety than what the “Thing” actually is, particularly for a new employee like me).
So what is it then? Apparently the “Thing” is a holiday contest, one that dates back 20 years to the founding of The Castle Group, involving a random object that changes from year to year. Therefore to celebrate our 20th anniversary, Castle Spirit Week had to include an special edition of The “Thing”.Read More