JT was retained by a group of six nonprofit agencies in Illinois that serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The General Assembly had passed a DSP wage increase in 2016 only to see it vetoed by the Governor. JT’s goal: Avoid the same fate in 2017.
Nearly 100,000 people engaged with On the Table in 2017 on social media; through workshops; and as hosts, participants and partners around 5,800 tables in every Chicago neighborhood and throughout suburban communities.
Posted: January 12, 2017 in Digital Strategies & Engagement
Since its inception, social media has changed how we learn, act and communicate as a society. With those changes, we’ve uncovered both benefits and pitfalls – and sometimes they’re one in the same.
JT is working closely with the Indiana Immunization Coalition to drive a major awareness campaign across the state of Indiana to educate college students and their parents about the new meningitis B vaccination, and to make it easy to obtain the important protection needed.
JT was proud to partner with Crowdcentric, the global organizers of Social Media Week (SMW), to produce Social Media Week Chicago 2015, which took place on November 16-20 at the Merchandise Mart. SMW Chicago brought together thousands of people from all over the world for a week of keynotes, panels, workshops, demos and happy hours.
This past weekend, JT was honored to have had the opportunity to host our annual media training for the Illinois Women's Institute for Leadership (IWIL) – an organization working to successfully prepare and propel women to take on elected and appointed positions to advance Democratic ideals through an eight-month fellowship
On May 12, 2015, in communities across the city and suburbs, Chicago-area residents came together in small groups to share a meal and discuss ways they can work together to make our communities stronger, safer and more dynamic. Kicking off The Chicago Community Trust’s Centennial year, On the Table 2015 was an imaginative public square…
On Wednesday, October 29, 2014, the Latino Policy Forum hosted its fourth annual policy breakfast. The event informed hundreds of key civic and corporate leaders about the importance of Latinos in the state of Illinois.