The Fear of Every Washington Insider: Being Uninformed

Our annual media habits survey finds that Covid has changed how DC insiders stay informed

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The Fear of Every Washington Insider: Being Uninformed

Subject Matter | 12/10/2021

Where did you see that? Can you send me the link? If there is a common denominator for Washington insiders—no matter what policy or party they support—it’s an intense need to stay informed. In our nation’s capital, FOMO—the Fear Of...

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Women’s History Month: Celebrating Work that Makes an Impact

Subject Matter | 03/26/2021

As we reflect on Women’s History month, we think about the inspiring impact of women throughout history, and in our own lives and recognize the persistent challenges and danger women face today because of gender inequality. Over the past year...

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Meet Eman Quotah, Our New Staff Novelist

Subject Matter | 02/05/2021

Subject Matter congratulates our own Eman Quotah on the publication of her debut novel Bride of the Sea. Eman is a Subject Matter senior director and a member of our content team. Her book is a wonderful family story that will keep you interested from...

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How We’re Celebrating 5 Years of Creative Advocacy

Subject Matter | 10/12/2020

The intersection of imagination and impact. That’s what we call creative advocacy, and it’s why we formed Subject Matter five years ago. Since our founding, from the legacy firms Home Front Communications and Elmendorf Ryan, we’ve brought a unique approach...

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Subject Matter Welcomes Bryce Harlow to the Government Relations Team

Subject Matter | 06/12/2020

Washington, DC (June 12, 2020) – Subject Matter today announced that Capitol Hill veteran and skilled lobbyist Bryce Harlow will join the firm’s government relations team beginning July 13. Harlow comes to creative advocacy firm Subject Matter from CBS Corporation...

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Sharing fact-based information on COVID-19

Subject Matter | 04/07/2020

An unprecedented crisis requires all sectors of our society to come together to protect the public’s health. We’re proud of the work our clients are doing to inform the American public and help prevent the further spread of COVID-19. COVID-19: Focusing on Health Inequity Richard...

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Subject Matter Welcomes Hill Veteran Bill Ghent to the Government Relations Team

Subject Matter | 11/14/2019

Washington, DC (November 14, 2019) – Subject Matter today announced that Capitol Hill veteran Bill Ghent will join the Government Relations team beginning November 18th. Bill has more than 25 years of experience on Capitol Hill and in journalism. He...

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Subject Matter Continues to Grow, Recruiting New Talent

Subject Matter | 03/20/2019

(Washington, DC) – Subject Matter, the Creative Advocacy firm based in Washington, D.C., today announced the addition of new senior talent, with Patrick Kerley joining the firm as Senior Vice President of Digital Strategy and Curry Smith joining the Client...

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Subject Matter Welcomes Cedric Grant

Subject Matter | 01/07/2019

We’re kicking off the 116th Congress by adding Capitol Hill veteran and experienced lobbyist Cedric Grant to the team. Cedric comes from H&R Block where he led public policy development and lobbying outreach to Democratic Members, deepening the firm’s financial...

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Capitol Hill Veteran Natalie Farr Rogers Joins Subject Matter

Subject Matter | 12/19/2018

As 2018 comes to an end and we get ready for the new year, Subject Matter welcomes Natalie Farr Rogers to our Government Relations team. Natalie joins from the office of Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO), where she has served most...

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