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DRI Leadership Perspectives: Chloe Demrovsky at the Caribbean-Central American Action Workshop

May 2, 2018 Leave a comment DRI Admin

By Chloe Demrovsky President and CEO, DRI International We all know how hard the 2017 hurricane season hit the Caribbean. We will not soon forget the devastation caused by a series of storms that just would not quit. And while it is hard to believe — and harder still to face — the 2018 hurricane […]

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Director's Greeting: Drive Issue #70

June 21, 2013 Leave a comment dridrive

Greetings! The last time my kids had a day off and I was working, I sent them to the ice skating rink. And as I typed and talked, I envisioned them gliding and giggling and having a great time. Yeah, that’s what would have happened in the movies. But in real life, my life, my […]

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Director's Greeting: From DRI2013

June 14, 2013 Leave a comment dridrive

Greetings! There’s a great white shark patrolling the Jersey Shore. The Jersey Devil was sighted. Derechos and tornadoes were forecast this week, and some of that good old East Coast thunder and lightning even shut down the U.S. Open for half a day (not a good idea to be waving metal sticks around in a storm). And […]

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Director's Greeting: Drive Issue #68

May 31, 2013 Leave a comment dridrive

Giant pink slugs! Cannibal snails! Snakes falling out of trees! And a “Kitten Crisis”!  All of these were in the news this week.  Thank Australia for the slugs and snails.  The snakes are scaring kids at Washington D.C. playgrounds. And the kittens, well, the kitten crisis headline was from a San Francisco paper, but I’ve […]

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Director's Greeting: DRIVE Issue #67

May 24, 2013 Leave a comment dridrive

Greetings! David Bowie – Changes (Olympia) CDO.  Nope, it’s not a typo for COD. It’s a new job title (at least, it’s new to me).  It stands for Chief Disruption Officer, and no, I’m not kidding.  I hadn’t heard of it until yesterday when I ran across the term in an article with this eye-catching […]

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Director's Greeting: DRIVE Issue #66

May 17, 2013 Leave a comment dridrive

See that picture?  That’s PSY, the Gangnam Styleguy.  And in that photograph, he’s doing his signature “choreography” at a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game.  See that older gentleman sitting near PSY?  That’s Tommy Lasorda. He’s old school baseball, a former player, coach, and your basic baseball legend.  Now take a close look at Tommy Lasorda’s face […]

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Director's Greeting: Drive Issue #65

May 10, 2013 Leave a comment dridrive

Greetings! In my day, Casey Kasem was counting down the hits on American Top 40, advising “Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars.”  Today, the countdown of the week’s top singles continues, but my daughter’s version is led by Ryan Seacrest. I don’t know many of the songs, and don’t […]

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Director's Greeting: Issue #64

May 3, 2013 Leave a comment dridrive

Greetings!   Birdbrain.In my house, that’s a compliment, especially when the resident avian genius (pictured here) is the one calling you a “Birdbrain!” Her name is Robirda.  She rules this roost.  Commands barking dogs to “Hush!”   Tells my teenage daughter “Go clean your room.” Reminds my son twice a day “Go brush your teeth.”  She […]

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Director's Greeting: Issue #63

April 26, 2013 Leave a comment dridrive

Greetings!   Yesterday, I engaged in a plan test of sorts.  I went to my first industry event in almost two years!  It was the ACP Liberty Valley Chapter meeting, and I can’t thank that group enough for having me.  The meeting was awesome, full of timely information on crisis communications, as well as a […]

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Director's Greeting: Issue #62

April 19, 2013 Leave a comment dridrive

Greetings!   The expression “late to the party,” when interpreted literally, doesn’t really apply to me. I’m not much of a party person, and on the rare occasion when I do attend one, I make it a point to be punctual. But as most of you know by now, I have no shame in admitting […]

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