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PJ Balzer of the King’s Kids Christian Outreach & Ministry

1888 Press Release – PJ works at the King’s Kids Christian Outreach & Ministry of Mastic Beach, New York, helping youth, children, the addicted, hopeless, incarcerated and struggling in our community. Nassau-Suffolk, NY – Good things happen to good people. That’s the case when local community hero, PJ Balzer needed a reliable vehicle to continue […]

#WICxALLIES 2022: Women in Cloud celebrates the first wave of Women in Tech Allies

1888 Press Release – The WICxALLIES Awards celebrates the achievements of three leaders who are building for inclusion through their everyday actions to bring more women into their network, organization and leadership roles. Washington – As part of the #WICxALLIES campaign, Women in Cloud partners with tech-industry leader Gavriella Schuster to recognize the individuals who […]

Third Annual Women in Cloud Day Celebrated with the Adoption of Bill 8637

(1888 PressRelease) Led by Senator Patty Kuderer of the 48th Legislative District, the Bill acknowledges Women in Cloud’s continuous achievements and international growth within the last year, including the increasing popularity of the WIC Annual Summit. Washington – Today, the Washington State Senate adopted Bill SR 8637, recognizing the transformational work of Women in Cloud […]

Experienced CEO Helps Executives and Aspiring Executives Understand

1888PressRelease – Robert J. Haworth’s newly released book Smell the Bacon, Charlie! is ideal for business schools, colleges and executives. ST. GEORGE, Utah – With almost 40 years of experience as a management consultant, entrepreneur, CEO and college professor, Robert J. Haworth is sharing his knowledge to help executives and aspiring executives understand the real-world […]

Witty Look at Surviving a Decade Long Home Renovation Project Focus of New Book

1888PressRelease – Marcia Formica’s Zen (and Rage) and the Art of a Never-Ending Home Renovation is poignant and funny. BOSTON – In 2018, Marcia Formica left her corporate career after 31 years and accidentally stumbled into her “why.” The result is Zen (and Rage) and the Art of a Never-Ending Home Renovation, a humorous and […]