Why we love the March for Science

Leadership Photos 0008 Jill Allread

Jill Allread, APR


Jill Allread leads PCI and provides executive counsels to a wide variety of organizations and individuals to enhance their brands, strategies and reputations.

An agency owner for more than 20 years, Jill also draws upon her experience as a daily newspaper reporter and editor when helping clients more effectively tell their story through strategic communications and planning.

A nationally recognized crisis management counselor in the areas of healthcare, nonprofit, conservation, business and associations, she also advises clients in public affairs strategies, building on her past experience as Director of Public Affairs and Public Relations for Chicago Zoological Society.

A conservation foundation dedicated to saving an endangered species. Infectious diseases experts warning about the dangers of antibiotic misuse and failure to vaccinate infants. Medical service providers sustaining life through dialysis or infusion care. The list goes on and on.

We are proud to provide communications counsel and support to a variety of clients whose work is rooted in science. Every day, we are amazed by companies, schools and organizations that change the world by relying on scientific evidence, reasoning and facts.

That’s why we support the global March for Science happening this Saturday – which, not coincidentally, is also Earth Day. We stand with our clients who work so hard to connect the public to scientific information that’s such a huge part of our lives. They, and we, inspire people to care and to take action.

Some of our team members are dedicating part of their weekend to participate in the March for Science in Chicago. This kind of personal commitment is what we mean when we say PCI works with purpose to make a positive difference to our clients and community.

If you can’t attend Saturday’s march, there are plenty of other ways you can stand for science and celebrate Earth Day. Let’s join hands to protect our planet, supporting conservation, clean air and clean water. We’re all in this together.


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