Posts by Anna Marshall Wilson

Anna Marshall Wilson

Public Relations Account Supervisor

Words Matter – Part Two

It’s the holiday season, y’all! The new year is upon us. One of the topics that will not go out of style next year—one that will remain a constant—is the importance of words. Words still matter. And they’re still being misused (e.g., affect/effect, complement/compliment). If you’re not sure of the correct form, look it up […]

Anna Marshall Wilson

Public Relations Account Supervisor

Breaking Bread for the Greater Good

These are trying times. Look no further than your living room TV or phone to see hate, conflict, intolerance, political turmoil, or disaster of both natural and man-made varieties. Divisiveness creates chasms, leaving the human spirit wanting for unity. Unity is the driver of good. Especially in troublesome times, we must challenge one another to […]

Anna Marshall Wilson

Public Relations Account Supervisor

In the Trenches with Our Clients

In our daily work, we function as an extension of our client’s team. We study their industry, we stay ahead of the game, and we strategize. We anticipate, we put plans in place, and we update them regularly. We do this so we are prepared when the unexpected hits. Crises come in all shapes and […]

Anna Marshall Wilson

Public Relations Account Supervisor

Eckel & Vaughan Expands Industry Expertise with New Hire

Eckel & Vaughan welcomes Deborah Johnson to growing team RALEIGH, NC—February 3, 2017: Eckel & Vaughan is pleased to announce that Deborah Johnson joins the agency’s team this week. In addition to a strong communications background, Johnson brings extensive experience in organizational leadership, economic development, and issues management to Eckel & Vaughan. Johnson’s addition strengthens […]

Anna Marshall Wilson

Public Relations Account Supervisor

Words Matter

“Let’s hone in on that idea and really flush out a plan.” We’re in the business of communication. Words matter. It is often said that the English language is one of the most difficult to learn. That’s not surprising. So many words in the English language look and/or sound alike, but have completely different meanings. […]