Hello friends of BAARC!
Back by popular demand is Too Pretty for Radio 3, a hilarious night of comedy, supporting your friends at the Bay Area Advertising Relief Committee (BAARC).
This year’s comedy jam includes Christina Pazsitsky, a regular roundtable guest and writer on Chelsea Lately with an upcoming Showtime Special, and Kris Tinkle, a Bay Area native and a Sirius Radio regular, who will headlining the Punchline in July. We also have a two very special guests: Radio Alice’s Marcus D and NOW 99.7′s Chunk! Read more.
A few months ago, we checked in with two mentee alums from the BAARC Mentoring Program, so we thought it was only fitting to talk with a few of the mentors who’ve participated, as well. We were lucky enough to chat with Goyo Aranaga, Operations Director at Traction, and Reza Hariri, Director of Sales at Metro Traffic to get their thoughts on the program. Read more.
Two mentees share their experiences with the BAARC Mentor Program.
Now that we have a few BAARC mentor groups under our belt, we wanted to check back with a few alum to find out why they become part of the program, what they found valuable – and surprising – about the experience, and how they will apply what they’ve learned to their careers. First up, two mentees: Kendall Matous, an account executive with Forbes Media, and Richard Chua, an account executive with GamePro Media. Read more.
On Tuesday, September 20, nearly a dozen enthusiastic Mentors and Mentees gathered at Publicis & Hal Riney for their first Group meeting. Stellar agency, client and other media representatives gathered as eager participants for what promises to be another unparalleled Mentor session. We were thrilled to create mentoring pairs from industry leaders like Goodby, Silverstein & Partners; AKQA; NCC Media;Carat; SAP;and AOL. Read more.