SKDKnickerbocker to Participate In ‘A Day Without A Woman’

SKDK Joins the One Day Demonstration in Support of Equity, Justice and Human Rights for Women

March 8, 2017

WASHINGTON – SKDKnickerbocker (SKDK) announced that its Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, New York City and Albany, N.Y. offices will be closed today in observance of ‘A Day Without A Woman‘. Coinciding with International Women’s Day, ‘A Day Without A Woman’ has been organized to highlight the enormous value that women add to our economy.

“The women and men of SKDKnickerbocker are proud to support ‘A Day Without A Woman’ to recognize the enormous contribution women make to our economy,”said managing director Jennifer Cunningham. “The majority of our firm – including the senior leadership team – are women, so we wanted to do our part to support this important fight.”

To learn more about SKDK’s participation in ‘A Day Without A Woman’, visit our Twitter feed. To learn more about ‘A Day Without A Woman’ visit the Women’s March website.

About SKDKnickerbocker

SKDKnickerbocker (SKDK) is one of the top communications and political consulting firms in the country and brings unparalleled strategic communications experience to Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits, philanthropic organizations, and labor unions as well as political committees and candidates. With offices in Washington, New York, Los Angeles and Albany, SKDK offers strategic support on how to manage a crisis, protect a brand, advocate an issue or win an election. In 2016, SKDK was named Global Public Affairs Agency of the Year, following consecutive wins for SKDK as North America Public Affairs Agency of both 2015 and 2016 by the influential Holmes Report.

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About the Women’s Leadership & Advocacy Practice:

Whether you are promoting women’s leadership or protecting women’s reproductive rights, our Women’s Leadership & Advocacy Practice team can equip you with the nuanced proactive messages that will resonate with the audiences you need to reach. Led by a powerhouse team of some of the most influential women in strategic communications, in the country, SKDK bases its communication strategies on a real-world understanding of what’s at stake. We have extensive experience advocating on behalf of women leaders and candidates, as well as some of the most high profile causes and issues that matter to women.

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