Bring in the Holiday Cheer with Fun Festivities in San Francisco
Dec 20, 2017
It’s the most wonderful time of the year... and if you’re looking for some fun and spirited activities to do in San Francisco over the holiday season, we have just the list for you including some of our favorites!
Podcasts have become all the rage and I personally love them because it’s a different platform to get your news, and learn about all things tech, science, pop culture, and everything in between. Below are a few of my favorite podcasts I listen to during my commute or a workout, or even when I just need time to unwind. All are available for free in the Podcasts app on iOS devices.
Ever wondered how we got our start here at Cutline? You’re in luck! We’re back with another post that showcases the stories of how Cutliners turned into PR rockstars. Check out how Katie Jacks become such an amazing account manager! Read more
Summer Solstice is officially here, and it’s the perfect time to make sure your summer soundtrack is up to speed. To celebrate the season, we put together a few of our favorite hits in Cutline’s Sounds of Summer playlist, available on Spotify, which we'll continue to update! Here’s what we’re jamming to and why: Read more
If you love country music and music history, you have to add a trip to Nashville to your bucket list! It’s a beautiful, green city, growing rapidly and offers visitors a lively downtown area with great music in every bar and restaurant you visit. Not to mention, historic southern sights and museums, and friendly locals. Here are my recommendations of sights to see! Read more
A couple of us Cutliners recently jumped at the chance to hear Sophia Amoruso, Founder and CEO of Nasty Gal, speak at an event put on by The Commonwealth Club. The session, #Girlboss, was moderated by Alison Pincus, Co-Founder of One Kings Lane. The discussion covered Sophia’s latest book, Nasty Galaxy, and gave us the inside scoop on her unconventional approach to style, philosophy and advice for #Girlbosses everywhere.
Cutline Experiences the Magic that is Pop-Up Magazine!
Apr 19, 2016
Last week, a few Cutliners went to check out Pop-Up Magazine in Oakland to see what all the hype was about. Pop-Up, billed as a live magazine, is a one-night event that includes live music, photography, art, and incredible story tellers.
One thing’s for sure: it did not disappoint! It was beautiful, raw and incredibly moving. These 11 “magazine” features had us feeling so many different emotions: from uncontrollable laughter to tears of empathy and everything in between. The show was full of wisdom, lessons learned and reminders to appreciate life, culture and our roots. While still respecting the wishes of the producers to keep the content of the show a true surprise for attendees, we wanted to recap a few big (non-spoiler!) takeaways.
Ever wondered how we got our start here at Cutline? You’re in luck! We’re bringing a new column to Cutline Speaks that showcases the stories of how Cutliners turned into PR rockstars. To kick off our inaugural post, check out how Katie Jacks became a marvelous manager!
How did you get your start in PR? I was originally a business major in college, but I took a class on PR and loved the subject (and my teacher) right away. After that, I changed my major to journalism with an emphasis in PR. My college professors were great and encouraging, which made it an easy decision. Plus, I love talking to people and learning about technology, making it a way better fit for me!
What’s a top tip you’d offer to someone aspiring to become a PR rockstar? Be a go-getter and never stop chasing your dreams of becoming a PR rockstar. Some days may be tough, but working with amazing people and securing those top-tier coverage hits that make your clients happy, make it all worth it.
Q. What will you do at Cutline?
As a manager, I will keep accounts movin’ and groovin’ while making sure client goals are always top of mind. It’s important to remember what success looks like for each account and for yourself. I will help support the entire Cutline crew and use my organizational skills to get things done. I love pitching and securing coverage so I will always continue to strive for those top hits!
Q. What's your greatest moment in PR so far?
Helping a previous client break a Guinness World Record for the longest line of rubber ducks - over 17,000 - and having Kathie Lee and Hoda talk about it on the Today Show.
Q. Who do you love to follow on Twitter and why?
@muckrack -- Helpful for PR pros, marketers and journalists
Q. What's the one gadget service you wish someone would come up with? Teleportation - so I can travel faster and more often.
Q. Android, iPhone, or other? iPhone - 100%
Q. What's your favorite thing about living in the Bay Area? Being close to my family (although I’m always missing my Texas family) and being able to drive to the snow, the beach, the mountains or the desert at any time.
Q. What do you love to do when you're not working?
Hang out with my family - whether it’s playing dominoes in the backyard, having Sunday dinners or going on trips to New Orleans - I’m so lucky to have the family I do.
Play with my adorable (almost two-year-old) corgi - her name is Laya and she is the sweetest, spunkiest little girl in the world.
Go to country music concerts - my favorite performer is Jason Aldean.
Have girl time - go out dancing with my best friends, get my nails done, shop, etc.