By: Rachel Spencer, Director of Business Intelligence Throughout my recent maternity leave, I spent my days re-acclimating myself to the demands and idiosyncrasies of a newborn. As this wasn’t my first rodeo, I even managed to stay in touch with my Access family and managed a few projects here and there in between infant giggles, Read More.
Meet Devin Arrington, a junior at James Madison University, where he’s studying Media Arts and Design and — more importantly — is a bass player in the university symphony and jazz band. When I learned that Devin plays bass, I leapt at the opportunity to sing one of my dad’s absolute favorite songs: Johnny Mercer’s Read More.
Before starting my job at Access on September 5th, I had no idea what an “AE” (Account Executive) was. My supervisor, Misty Smith-Klein, was the first AE I ever had the pleasure of meeting and based on that meeting alone, I decided I love AEs. Misty is the industry ideal of a perfect manager: she Read More.
Bad grammar isn’t just annoying to badge-carrying members of the grammar police like me. It affects a company’s trustworthiness, credibility, and even sales. While I’d like to drone on about all the funny memes I can’t share because of mistakes or hidden rocks painted with misspelled words like I usually do, today’s blog is only Read More.
Each morning, rain or shine, I harness up my 10-year-old redbone hound for a three-mile trek through our neighborhood. But we never walk alone. I am one of the 42 million Americans who listen to podcasts weekly. That’s more than five times the number that go to the movies. A podcast is basically on-demand Read More.
My unquiet mind is forever trying to uncover band names in everyday conversation. A few years ago, I began interrupting people mid-sentence to hold up my hands in the shape of a copyright symbol — the right hand forms the “C” while the left creates the suggestion of the circle around it — and then Read More.