WHWG Perspectives

Clients often come to us because of our expertise in specific areas, but regardless of specialty, every WHWG project has the same goal—to create effective messages that deliver clear results.  Our principals are closely involved in all aspects of client work and have deep experience at the highest levels of business and government.

 Rand’s Stand

In a piece for U.S. News, senior director Anneke E. Green discussed Republican reactions to Senator Paul’s filibuster:

Wednesday night in Washington was a big one for the future of the Republican Party. At the Capitol building, Sen. Rand Paul, a Kentucky Republican, was filibustering the nomination of John Brennan as director of the CIA. At the swanky Jefferson Hotel, Sen. Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican, was convening a dinner with President Barack Obama and 12 other Republican senators. These simultaneous events revealed while elephants are no closer to resolving their party-wide identity crisis, there is a way forward.

Read the full piece here.

WHWG Job Opening: Communications Associate

Job Description

Are you the type of person that wants to learn more about strategic communications and likes to take on multiple projects at once?   Are you interested in public policy and its impact on the corporate world?  Are you anxious to kick-start your career by diving head-first into an office with a wide-range of clients?

If so, then you are invited to submit your resume for our Communications Associate position.  We are a small D.C. strategic communications firm, founded by Republican speechwriters.  We craft communications for major corporations and foundations, and develop broad campaigns in support of their objectives.

We are looking for a skilled researcher who can use tools like Lexis-Nexis, and who is proficient with Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.  A demonstrable knowledge of social media is a big plus, as is familiarity with website management and iMovie.  Responsibilities will include research, editing, writing daily tweets for clients, event planning, social media outreach and occasional administrative work. Salary is commensurate with experience.  Position to start immediately.

Please email a cover letter and resume to whwgjobs@gmail.com.

What Do Opposition Electoral Gains Mean for Ecuador?

Inter-American Dialogues

The municipal defeats of President Correa’s Alianza Pais in Ecuador’s 10 largest cities, including Quito, Guayaquil and Cuenca, in last month’s elections do not signal the end for Correa’s government, but perhaps the beginning of the end. The losses were due to a host of differing local issues and can’t necessarily be read as a referendum on Correa, whose term runs through 2017 in any case. The opposition remains divided and lacks a comparably prominent leaders — though the election results may give Quito’s new mayor, Mauricio Rodas, a chance to audition for that role. 

Read the full piece here.