The Fraser Health communications and public affairs team’s award-winning project, “Increasing Community Immunity Through a Vax-a-thon,” helped achieve the goal of increasing COVID-19 vaccination rates in a key area.
When the New South Wales Public Service Commission’s (PSC) website was not meeting public sector HR professionals’ needs, Jen Black and her strategic communications team embarked on a project to transform the website for a more streamlined and accessible user experience.
In a world where misinformation and mistrust are rampant, how do you increase U.S. Census participation among people who have privacy and confidentiality concerns, a fear of repercussions and a general distrust of government?
Achieving Gold Quill recognition for this publication was an important reminder of the value of our work and its ability to have an impact on fundraising in support of our school and students.
Winning the Gold Quill Award of Merit has made us more confident and even more determined to strive harder and for better, following the Gold Quill standards, than when we published our last book.
Winning the Gold Quill Award for this political campaign has helped to demonstrate our value as strategic advisors who deliver measurable business outcomes.
The COURAGE-CONNECT-CARE program was created by the Australian Government’s Department of Education, Skills and Employment to support staff during times of uncertainty and change during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Winning a Gold Quill Award told Jared Curtis's team what they already knew: their team team informs, educates and inspires staff so they can continue to provide uninterrupted essential services to the public.