WGU Washington Awards Record Number of Degrees at Fifth Annual Commencement Ceremony

Saturday, The Keller Group celebrated with our client WGU Washington as it awarded nearly 1,900 bachelor’s and master’s degrees to students from across the state at the its fifth annual commencement ceremony. Our team, along with the graduates, family members, WGU Washington faculty and other supporters, packed KeyArena to celebrate their largest class of graduates yet. […]

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Artist Celebrates Whitmore Gallery’s Grand Opening Featuring Unique Brand of Wall and Wearable Art

Long time artist Jill Whitmore celebrated the grand opening of Whitmore Gallery on Camano Island, last Saturday. The event took place from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Guests enjoyed wine, hors d’oeuvres and live music performances by the artist, Jill. “I’m so excited about living on Camano and opening my gallery here,” said Whitmore. “I hope […]

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Governor Inslee Signs Proclamation Announcing WGU Washington Week

Yesterday, Governor Jay Inslee recognized the fifth anniversary of our client, WGU Washington by proclaiming April 16 – April 23, 2016 WGU Washington Week in honor of the university’s role in providing a high-quality and career-focused educational option to Washington residents. The signing was witnessed by WGU Washington founding Chancellor Jean Floten, WGU Director of […]

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We’re Hiring! Interested in interning with The Keller Group team this summer?

The Keller Group’s internship program is designed to give advanced college students and recent graduates the opportunity to experience the diverse and fast-paced world of the public relations and public affairs consulting business. Interns will have the opportunity to work on a variety of public relations and public affairs projects. Regularly occurring tasks could include: […]

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Overlake announces the first phase of Project futureCARE, the construction of a NEW state of the art Cancer Center

Today, The Keller Group joined our client, Overlake Medical Center, as its staff announced Project futureCARE. A six-year, $242-million project, 10 years in the planning, Project futureCARE will expand Overlake’s services and renew the campus in several significant ways: It will change the skyline with a new East Tower, there will be a new Childbirth […]

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Holocaust Survivor, International Educator and Playwright Visit Seattle to Share Message of Hope and Tolerance

Last week, Holocaust survivor George Brady, along with international educator Fumiko Ishioka and playwright Emil Sher met with students and community members across the city to share their unique story of tolerance and hope. The three are connected through Hana’s Suitcase, a play being produced this month at Seattle Children’s Theatre in partnership with The […]

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