DJC Communications

DJC Communications Media Relations, serving clients in the U.S. and internationally. One of the nation’s leading public relations firms, DJC Communications specializes in media relations, crisis communications and publicity.

The firm, a recipient of the Public Relations Society of America’s “Silver Anvil Award of Excellence” with MetLife, has been involved with major political campaigns and publicity for corporations, large non-profit organizations, labor unions and other entities.

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Featured on Fox News: Marine surprises sister at Endicott College graduation after pandemic kept them separated for a ye...
05/26/2021
Marine surprises sister at college graduation after a year apart due to the pandemic

Featured on Fox News: Marine surprises sister at Endicott College graduation after pandemic kept them separated for a year: "It was actually the school’s idea to bring him up on stage.... She was shocked by the whole thing. But she was thrilled to see him."

A U.S. Marine surprised his sister Saturday at her graduation after being away for more than a year.

Elizabeth Schwan-Rosenwld, chief program officer at Common Impact, featured in #NonprofitBusinessAdvisor with nonprofit ...
05/19/2021

Elizabeth Schwan-Rosenwld, chief program officer at Common Impact, featured in #NonprofitBusinessAdvisor with nonprofit solutions for the post-pandemic world.

Matthew McCarthy, DVM, founder of Juniper Valley Animal Hospital, P.C., spoke to Reader's Digest about 10 orange cat bre...
05/18/2021
10 Orange Cat Breeds You’ll Fall in Love With

Matthew McCarthy, DVM, founder of Juniper Valley Animal Hospital, P.C., spoke to Reader's Digest about 10 orange cat breeds that make great pets, including popular picks such as the British Shorthair.

Meowza! Nothing draws your attention like the head-turning coat of an orange cat breed. Plus, these sweet, smart, snuggly kitties make the perfect pets.

Endicott College's upcoming commencement ceremony, and the measures the school is taking in order to be able to celebrat...
05/06/2021
Pomp ... under the circumstances: Colleges plan graduations amid pandemic

Endicott College's upcoming commencement ceremony, and the measures the school is taking in order to be able to celebrate students' accomplishments in person, featured in The Salem News.

SALEM — In just a few weeks, a second graduating class will miss the traditional trappings of a commencement ceremony.

Warren Jaferian, Dean of International Education at Endicott College, featured on 30Seconds' Expert Q&A with necessary a...
04/29/2021
Expert Q&A: ​Traveling During a Pandemic – Will Americans Be Able to Resume European Travel This Summer? | Vacation Planning | 30Seconds Travel

Warren Jaferian, Dean of International Education at Endicott College, featured on 30Seconds' Expert Q&A with necessary advice for fully vaccinated Americans who may travel to Europe this summer.

As travel restrictions ease and lockdowns are ended in certain European countries, Americans are once again considering vacations and business trips overseas. Whether or not that's realistic depends on whom you ask. There is much to consider and many preparations necessary before Americans should...

Dr. Luke Reynolds, professor of education at Endicott College, joined Dr. Adam Dorsay on the #SuperPsyched podcast to di...
04/27/2021
‎SuperPsyched with Dr. Adam Dorsay: #63 Befriending Failure & Frustration | Dr. Luke Reynolds on Apple Podcasts

Dr. Luke Reynolds, professor of education at Endicott College, joined Dr. Adam Dorsay on the #SuperPsyched podcast to discuss failure and its necessity on the road to success: "Failing allows us to become free... Before we fail, there is a constant pressure and fear that is so overwhelming, so paralyzing, that it imprisons us."

‎Show SuperPsyched with Dr. Adam Dorsay, Ep #63 Befriending Failure & Frustration | Dr. Luke Reynolds - Apr 21, 2021

When do kids learn to read and how can parents help? Niagara University Dean and Professor of Education Dr. Chandra J. F...
04/22/2021
Is Your Kid Ready to Read?

When do kids learn to read and how can parents help? Niagara University Dean and Professor of Education Dr. Chandra J. Foote lends her insight on the subject on Fatherly.

Parents want kids to read early, but before 3rd grade they simply might not be ready.

Richard Weissman, a part-time professor of business at Endicott College, featured on Yahoo News discussing how disruptio...
04/22/2021
Supply Chain Problems Are Hitting Small Businesses

Richard Weissman, a part-time professor of business at Endicott College, featured on Yahoo News discussing how disruptions in the global supply chain are impacting small businesses in the US.

Disruptions in the global supply chain are making a big impact on small businesses in the U.S. According to a survey of roughly 800 companies by business advisory firm Vistage Worldwide Inc., reported...

LISTEN: Dr. Joy Dangora Erickson, assistant professor of education at Endicott College, joined WFUV's Fordham Conversati...
04/19/2021
Antiracism Education and Young Children | WFUV

LISTEN: Dr. Joy Dangora Erickson, assistant professor of education at Endicott College, joined WFUV's Fordham Conversations to discuss the importance of talking about race, racism, and racial tolerance with children.

Fordham Conversations host Robin Shannon talks with Dr. Joy Dangora Erickson.

Find out more about #FLTCIP and what coverage will pay for on FEDweek:
04/15/2021
What FLTCIP Coverage Will Pay For

Find out more about #FLTCIP and what coverage will pay for on FEDweek:

If you have coverage under the Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program—or are comparing it with coverage from a different provider for a potential

04/15/2021

Congratulations to @Common Impact.

Endicott College's original, student-written musical production, Work In Progress, featured on Vocal: "Work in Progress ...
04/12/2021
Endicott College's Mainstage 'Work in Progress' is an exhilarating Showcase

Endicott College's original, student-written musical production, Work In Progress, featured on Vocal: "Work in Progress is a provocative showcase detailing how people have been deterred from speaking out about their mental health."

I felt a sense of resilience upon viewing Endicott College’s 'Work in Progress'.

Learn more about OPM's ruling last week, which ensures federal employees maintain access to their health insurance durin...
04/12/2021
Growing Momentum to Fix Some Feds’ Retirement, and More

Learn more about OPM's ruling last week, which ensures federal employees maintain access to their health insurance during government shutdowns. Government Executive #FEDVIP #FLTCIP

A weekly roundup of pay and benefits news.

OPM released a final rule that states federal employees will not lose their health benefits during government shutdowns....
04/12/2021
Federal Health Insurance Plans Are ‘Essential’ During Government Shutdowns — FEDmanager

OPM released a final rule that states federal employees will not lose their health benefits during government shutdowns. The OPM rule implements provisions within the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2020 to make certain federal health and life insurance services “essential.” FEDmanager #FLTCIP #FEDVIP

The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) released a final rule on April 2, 2021 that states federal employees will not lose their health benefits during government shutdowns. The OPM rule implements provisions within the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2020 to make certain federal hea

Danielle Holly, CEO of Common Impact, featured in Crain's New York Business and recognized in the publication's 2020 Not...
04/08/2021
Notable in Nonprofits and Philanthropy - Danielle Holly

Danielle Holly, CEO of Common Impact, featured in Crain's New York Business and recognized in the publication's 2020 Notable in Nonprofit and Philanthropy list

As chief executive officer of Common Impact, a nonprofit that works to strengthen local communities, Danielle Holly did a remarkable job of leading the organization through the twin crises of 2020: the pandemic and the racial-justice reckoning.

LISTEN: Common Impact CEO Danielle Holly joined WFUV'S CITYSCAPE to discuss the profound effect COVID19 has had on nonpr...
04/08/2021
The Ripple Effects of a Pandemic on Nonprofits | WFUV

LISTEN: Common Impact CEO Danielle Holly joined WFUV'S CITYSCAPE to discuss the profound effect COVID19 has had on nonprofits and the work Common Impact is doing to help organizations rebound.

The pandemic has had a profound effect on many industries and organizations, including nonprofits.Joining us this week to talk about the ripple effect

Dr. Matthew McCarthy, founder of Juniper Valley Animal Hospital, P.C., talked to Reader's Digest about what makes squeak...
04/08/2021
Why Do Dogs Like Squeaky Toys?

Dr. Matthew McCarthy, founder of Juniper Valley Animal Hospital, P.C., talked to Reader's Digest about what makes squeaky toys so attractive to dogs, and how to curb potential dangers they pose to your pet.

Dogs go barking mad over the high-pitched peeps and shrieks of squeaky toys. But why is that darn squeaking so appealing to our pups?

Debra Caruso Marrone, owner and president of DJC Communications, spoke to #PRontheGO on how the worst PR fails could've ...
04/07/2021
How the Worst Public Relations Fails of All Time Could Have Been Prevented

Debra Caruso Marrone, owner and president of DJC Communications, spoke to #PRontheGO on how the worst PR fails could've been avoided, citing United CEO’s response to a 2017 altercation between a crew member and passenger.

We asked PR and growth experts to provide an example of one of the worst Public Relations fails of all time — and how it could have been…

Endicott College featured on Inside Higher Ed for it's positive post-pandemic position, being "the first college Jim Hun...
04/07/2021
How a private college fortified finances amid the pandemic

Endicott College featured on Inside Higher Ed for it's positive post-pandemic position, being "the first college Jim Hundrieser is aware of that is coming out of the pandemic doing better than it was a year ago."

Endicott College’s strength during the pandemic highlights the importance of diverse revenue streams. What might it teach other small private colleges?

CEO Danielle Holly of Common Impact featured in Authority Magazine interview, where she discusses traits needed to be an...
04/06/2021
Danielle Holly of Common Impact: Five Things You Need To Be A Highly Effective Leader During…

CEO Danielle Holly of Common Impact featured in Authority Magazine interview, where she discusses traits needed to be an effective leader during uncertain times, common pitfalls one should avoid, and lessons learned throughout her own career: "The best thing that you can do as a leader is to know what meaningful contribution you can make and activate others to do the same."

An Interview With Charlie Katz

Congratulations to Danielle Holly for this honor from Crain’s New York Business.
04/06/2021
Notable in Nonprofits and Philanthropy - Danielle Holly

Congratulations to Danielle Holly for this honor from Crain’s New York Business.

As chief executive officer of Common Impact, a nonprofit that works to strengthen local communities, Danielle Holly did a remarkable job of leading the organization through the twin crises of 2020: the pandemic and the racial-justice reckoning.

Endicott College's first student-written original musical theater production titled “Work in Progress" featured in The B...
04/05/2021
Rare Bibles, historical tours, and summer music programs - The Boston Globe

Endicott College's first student-written original musical theater production titled “Work in Progress" featured in The Boston Globe The musical, which "discusses how isolating one family’s personal secrets can be," will run live online on April 9 and 10.

The Museum of Printing in Haverhill is hosting a display of its extensive collection of rare Bibles.

Danielle Holly, CEO of Common Impact spoke to Thrive Global about how CI has stepped up to make a difference during the ...
03/29/2021
Danielle Holly of Common Impact: “Giving voice to the voiceless”

Danielle Holly, CEO of Common Impact spoke to Thrive Global about how CI has stepped up to make a difference during the COVID19 pandemic: "When we finally come out of this public health crisis, the goal shouldn’t be to return to normal, but to build back better."

I’ve been so inspired by how we have adapted and taken precautions to care for each other and keep each other safe. A year ago, we could never have imagined that we’d be where we are right now; that face masks would be the norm, that we’d dance back and forth on the street to […]

5 Ways Baby Boomers Are Changing Long-Term Carevia SeniorsMatter #FLTCIP
03/29/2021
5 Ways Baby Boomers Are Changing Long-Term Care

5 Ways Baby Boomers Are Changing Long-Term Care
via SeniorsMatter #FLTCIP

Quick insight to how the Baby Boomer generation is shifting the path of long-term care for seniors and caregivers.

Dr. Tenpao Lee, Niagara University professor of economics, talked to The Millennial Source about credible risks inflatio...
03/25/2021
Bitly | Forbidden | 403

Dr. Tenpao Lee, Niagara University professor of economics, talked to The Millennial Source about credible risks inflation presents to the US and global economy: "The stimulus money will hurt the USD as a global currency in the long run."

This is a 403 error, and it's not as ominous as it sounds. Bitly can only show this page to people who have permission to see it. Maybe what you are looking for can be found at Bitly.com.

"With vaccines being gradually available to everyone by the end of May, we should open the economy fully and people will...
03/18/2021
Point: Why It’s Important to Completely Open the Economy

"With vaccines being gradually available to everyone by the end of May, we should open the economy fully and people will behave cautiously for their self-interest," says Niagara University Professor of Economics Dr. Tenpao Lee to GOBankingRates.

These experts think the worst has past and it's safe to go out.

Endicott College's upcoming original musical production WORK IN PROGRESS featured on BroadwayWorld: "Work In Progress is...
03/17/2021
Endicott College Presents WORK IN PROGRESS

Endicott College's upcoming original musical production WORK IN PROGRESS featured on BroadwayWorld: "Work In Progress is both a statement on life in the pandemic and the strength and hope of the human condition."

Endicott College's Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts will present its Spring Mainstage Musical Production, Work In Progress, featuring all original material created by Endicott College students.

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