Clyde Group adds Cash S. Taylor as Vice President of Talent and Culture. Taylor will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of Clyde Group’s human resources department, including, states a release, “charting the vision for the team member experience rooted in respect, diversity, and empowerment. She will help Clyde Group live its principles by fostering the team members that work for the company, making sure they have flexibility, learning opportunities, and a variety of projects they seek and want in their careers. Equally importantly, she will act as a steward for the agency’s unique culture, ensuring that it remains intact and thriving as Clyde Group looks to 2023 and beyond.” Taylor brings more than 25 years of experience managing operations and empowering and fostering growth among successful teams. She began her career in call center management before moving into human resources for household brands and corporate heavyweights including Comcast, Verizon, and AmerisourceBergen. In addition, Taylor has served as an HR leader with smaller dynamic, nimble teams with professional services firms serving medium-sized businesses. Before joining Clyde Group, Taylor spent several years as the chief HR officer for two mental and behavioral health care providers in Philadelphia.
Vanguard reports it was honored to receive a Silver 2022 Digital Health Award for its work designing AmeriHealth Caritas District of Columbia’s informative Bright Start® Welcome Booklet for Moms; plus, the agency received two Telly Awards for its work creating videos for the League of Women Voters of the US and SNIS’s Get Ahead of Stroke® campaign.
Ken Scudder Training & Consulting is moving to the D.C. metro area from Philadelphia, reports O’Dwyer’s. The firm, which offers media, presentation, and crisis training and consulting, along with writing and editing services, will set up shop in D.C. in September. In 1990, Scudder co-founded media training firm Virgil Scudder & Associates. Prior to starting his own practice, he was the communications director for Reps. Alan Grayson (D-FL) and Mike Honda (D-CA) and the minority staff of the U.S. Joint Economic Committee.