Blog

8 Tips to Successfully Transition from Intern to Employee

Eight tips that helped me successfully transition from intern to employee.

Read More

Crisis in the making: Campus carry creates angst, unrest for everyone but Georgia lawmakers

Soon Georgia will become one of 10 states in the country to allow guns on campus. Students over the age of 21 with concealed weapons permits will be legally allowed to carry firearms into what is supposed to be an environment reserved for learning.

Read More

A Candid Conversation with ABC News Anchor David Muir

We read their words, hear their voices and see their faces. But how well do we know the people who connect us to the world?  As part of Castle’s biweekly Media Monday, Sheila Green, our vice president of media and community relations (otherwise known as our human rolodex), gets the scoop on the men and women…

Read More

Events: The Missing Link in the Paid/Earned/Social/Owned Marketing Model

The ever-evolving marketing industry has defined the PESO (Paid/Earned/Social/Owned) model as a way to categorize marketing activities in the context of our digital world. It makes sense and is an important lens through which to consider our work. One critical element, however, always seems to be missing from the PESO model: events. As our team…

Read More

The Power of Writing – Teens in Print at Castle

Our partnership with WriteBoston continues with the opportunity to assist in the editing process for the latest edition of Teens in Print. From articles about student issues, like balancing school work and sports commitments, to national issues such as the gender wage gap, to community concerns like gentrification in Chinatown, these students are bold, curious, and tuned in to the people around them.

Read More

WROR’s Lauren Beckham Falcone talks about going from columnist to radio host on the popular morning drive show

Lauren Beckham Falcone is one of the funniest people I know.  I love her sense of humor!  Lauren, known to her listeners as LBF, is part of my morning commute to the office every day.  She is an integral part of the Morning Show on WROR – FM  105.7 and has been for 6 years….

Read More

Media Moment | Meet Don Seiffert

We read their words, hear their voices and see their faces. But how well do we know the people who connect us to the world? As part of Castle’s biweekly Media Moment, Sheila Green, our vice president of media and community relations (otherwise known as our human rolodex), gets the scoop on the men and…

Read More

Sit Down with Sandy: Behind the Scenes with Local Leaders – Megan Costello

The beginning of a new year always offers time to reflect on accomplishments and set goals for the weeks and months ahead. Castle’s Sandy Lish recently sat down with Megan Costello, the executive director for the Mayor’s Office of Women’s Advancement, to discuss her career-defining moments, her goals as a role model for young women…

Read More

Sit Down with Sandy: Behind the Scenes with Local Leaders – Michelle Wu, Part II

In part two of Sandy Lish’s interview with City Council President Michelle Wu, Councilor Wu shares her and priorities for the City.

Read More

Sit Down with Sandy: Behind the Scenes with Local Leaders – Michelle Wu, Part I

Castle’s Sandy Lish recently sat down with City Council President Michelle Wu to discuss her inspirational leadership in Boston. Part one of this two-part interview covers Michelle’s thoughts on young leadership and some tips on how to amplify your own voice and ideas.

Read More