Author: Karen B Moore

Internal teamwork

Build Your Advocacy Influence from Within

Before you launch your next advocacy initiative, think about what you’re missing. Engaging internal champions is one of the most powerful – and often overlooked – strategies available to advocates.

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MCG Inc 5000

We’ve grown accustomed to winning at MCG

If that sounds like we’re bragging, well, we are. We take every opportunity to celebrate our team members and proclaim their accomplishments because we have a team like no other...

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Florida Unique Abilities

A unique opportunity for Florida businesses

In the 25 year history of MCG, our team has had the opportunity to work on meaningful campaigns that truly make a difference in our community, our business economy and the daily lives of individuals.

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How the ‘Unelectables’ Win the ‘Undecideds’

With the political landscape changing virtually every minute, the presidency is still very much in play. Winning will require mobilizing a diverse base of energetic champions, and that’s where advocacy…

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I'm In Campaign

Advocacy in Action

Learn how the mission of one retail company is a perfect example of advocacy in action. Check out the full story on how...

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Karen B Moore

Introducing Behind the Red Door

The culmination of more than two decades of expertise, “Behind the Red Door: Unlock Your Advocacy Influence and Success”...

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Luke David Thomas’ Top Ten Tips to Surviving the Next Ten Years

Our Director of Business and Client Development, Luke Thomas, recently spoke to the graduating class at Tallahassee...

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Dos and Don’ts for Meeting with Elected Officials

Whether you seek to advocate for a particular issue or express opposition to pending legislation, the best way to make your voice heard is to take your case directly to lawmakers — our senators and representatives. Here are a few additional tips to help ensure you have a meaningful meeting and leave a memorable impression.

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Dos and Don’ts for Working with the Media

While a face-to-face meeting with individual lawmakers is the most direct way to get your voice heard, working with members of the media to reach those lawmakers is just as important. Successfully focus media attention on your issue and reach a much larger audience in order to garner attention and support from like-minded individuals!

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The State of Women-Owned Business

It takes vision, dedication, and perseverance to be a successful entrepreneur. In the U.S., there are nearly 9.1 million female business leaders that employ more than 7 million workers and generate a revenue of $1.4 trillion.

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