Enhancing the “Communications” aspect of the business, Thinking Cap’s newest team member, Scott Mailheau, has a background in public relations, promotional marketing and is a graduate of Gonzaga University. Scott’s first major assignment is developing INBA’s new newsletter and charting out a PR and social media strategy for the business organization.
Web addresses ending in “.lgbt” are now available for registration to anyone. Open registration for individuals and businesses looking to immediately identify with the LGBT community began this week with the new top-level domain. Top-level domains (TLD), such as the classic ‘.net’ or ‘.org’ are becoming increasingly diverse. The web suffixes have been traditionally used to […]
Last April, Mississippi passed a “religious freedom” bill worded in such a way that prevented authorities from placing any “burden” on “a person’s right to exercise religion.” This is only a political means of giving Mississippi citizens and businesses the right to discriminate against the LGBT community behind a religious shield. Equal rights activists have […]
Jennifer Jako, speaking at Spokane AIDS Network (SAN) this Wednesday Feb. 18, from 12-1 pm, is a powerful advocate for AIDS education and prevention. Infected in 1991, Jako is a twenty-three year survivor of HIV/AIDS. Her documentary film about HIV+ youth, Blood Lines, broadcast for five years on MTV. This award-winning film is now used […]
Networking lunches are the flagship events for INBA members. They provide valuable opportunities to meet other members of Spokane’s LGBT community and monthly speakers offer feature relevant information and insight for business owners and professionals in the Inland Northwest. February’s lunch featured Col. Brian Newberry speaking for Leadership Spokane. Drawing a crowd of about 45 […]