Meet Summer 20′ Intern: Jackson Bewley

July 2, 2020By The Ehrhardt GroupClient News

  “This photo was taken at the Kilkenny Castle in Ireland, one of my favorite places in the world.” Jackson Bewley joined TEG as an intern in June. So far, Jackson has assisted account teams by refining media lists, developing content and conducting meaningful research to move the needle for our client campaigns. As Jackson … Read More

BIZ New Orleans: N.O. Attorney Works to Promote Inclusive, Anti-Racist Workplaces

June 19, 2020By The Ehrhardt GroupClient News

As the national discussion about the Black Lives Matter movement continues, businesses and organizations nationwide are examining their policies to determine how to provide a more inclusive, anti-racist environment for employees, clients and customers. Stone Pigman attorney Heather Lonian, chair of the firm’s diversity committee, talked to BizNewOrleans.com about her work and what other organizations could be doing.

NOLA Public Schools COVID-19 UPDATE: OneApp Round 2 Closing, “Morning Bell” Initiative Launched For Teachers

April 30, 2020By The Ehrhardt GroupCOVID-19 & Crisis Response

NOLA Public Schools issues updates to the public with developments in response to COVID-19. Per Gov. John Bel Edwards’ announcement to extend the stay-at-home order through Thursday, April 30, all NOLA Public Schools will remain closed for the duration of the month of April. Please note what is new and what has previously been shared below. 

GULF SOUTH INDEX: People of the Gulf South Remain Optimistic Despite COVID-19 Pandemic

April 8, 2020By The Ehrhardt GroupClient News, COVID-19 & Crisis Response, Gulf South Index

The Gulf South Index – a cooperative project by The Ehrhardt Group and Causeway Solutions – measures how people make decisions about what to buy and where to go so brands can know how to best collect information and make decisions in 2020. At the end of March, residents of the Gulf South remain hopeful that 2020 will be better than 2019, even as they struggle in the same ways as the rest of the U.S. in dealing with COVID-19.