Knight and Day Communications
Public Relations & Strategic Marketing, New York and Vermont
Think Globally. Act Locally.
In our digital world, it is possible to be connected with people living across time zones and continents. This connectedness across borders fosters an essential cultural understanding that is the cornerstone of commerce, diplomacy, artistic expression and civic engagement. Today’s important issues are global: climate change, economic stability, income disparity, trade, gender equity, marriage equality, immigration and sustainability.
And yet progress begins locally and small. One person. One idea. One step.
I find myself increasingly traversing both the international and the local. Working with international clients and domestic companies with a global reach, while establishing roots in a small rural community in Vermont. Living on dirt road in a town of 627 people is grounding and real. We rely on our neighbors for the egg delivery, to watch our house when were away, and for their ideas on how to renovate our town hall and improve our community.
This quiet life is balanced with a wider view of the world acquired through international travel as a journalist, publicist and travel writer, and from the need to stay informed of international issues that affect my clients. I am very grateful for the global and local in my life.