Celebrating Al Quieâ’s 90th birthday, Cathy arranged for Pat Kessler of WCCO to go on a horseback ride with the former governor, where the pair discussed early education, staying active, and Quieâ’s controversial decision to leave the governorship in 1983.
Two Habitat for Humanity homes built in the Twin Cities were constructed and supervised, for the first time ever, by an all-female build team, who provide everything from funding to labor to supervision. Cathy placed this inspiring story for Mortenson with Jamie Yuccas at WCCO.
Did you know that Minnesota Environmental Partnership became CKC’s first client back in 2002? So much has happened since then! Among the highlights are the Tiffany store opening in 2004, the beginning of a partnership with Mortenson Construction in 2006, and in 2011, Mayo Clinic became a new client.
As CKC continues to grow, Cathryn looks forward to celebrating many more years of business!
Cathryn continues her work with the Izaak Walton League in 2012. In May, Cathryn focused media attention to Northfield, Minn. where government officials, area farmers, and members of agriculture groups gathered to observe and discuss the benefits of conservation farming and the 2012 Farm Bill.
Cathy conducted media relations on the need for redistricting reform, which resulted in a Star Tribune editorial, supporting reform; a Minnesota Public Radio feature outlining the redistricting “secret perk” of the 2010 election; as well as stories with Politics in Minnesota, The Uptake, and local Minneapolis neighborhood papers.
Cathy conceptualized out-of-the-ordinary street marketing for Kass Clinics. It was showcased at the Race for Cure at Mall of America.
Twin Cities media attended Minnesota Environmental Partnership’s news conference to celebrate new sales tax funds for Minnesota’s lakes, rivers and streams and Great Outdoors.