To be honest, I haven’t felt privileged in the now three-and-a-half years since my son died. But I recognize some people need to score points at the expense of others. I just didn’t think that would happen at this event.
Articles by Todd DeFeo
Before we begin, we should align on the definition of public relations because it is not just media relations.
As prepared for delivery. Mayor Norton and members of the Smyrna City Council: Thank you for the opportunity to be here today. I wish I could say it is for a happier reason. But, it is important for those who have lost a child that we pause and commemorate Pregnancy…
As prepared for delivery. Mayor Deutsch and members of the Dunwoody City Council, we appreciate the opportunity to be here today. Candidly, we wish it were for another reason and that Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month didn’t have to exist. But, it does, and it is important to pause…
As prepared for delivery. Chairman Boyce, Commissioner Ott and members of the Cobb County Commission thank you for the opportunity to be here today. I would be lying if I said I was excited about the need for a resolution to commemorate Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. It’s a…
Creating a welcoming environment should be more than a slogan on the company’s webpage or in its employee handbook. It needs to be something that every employee follows.
This week, I’m speaking at Denison ReMix. My talk is titled “From the deepest valley to the highest mountain.” It stems from a sentiment Richard Nixon shared during his August 1974 farewell address.
“Fake news” is hardly a newphenomenon. Just ask John Dugan.
After speaking with the chief medical officer of the hospital where my son died, I realize we will never receive a straight answer about the circumstances leading to his death.
We live in a modern world. Anonymous posts, comments and reviews are very real threats to reputations today.