Dallas I.S.D. – Knowledge is Power (2018)

Dallas Independent School Districts MWBE Dept. Presents the 2018 Knowledge is Power hosted by Dallas County Community Colleges and sponsored by the Greater Dallas Asian Chamber of Commerce, Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Great Southwest Black Chamber of Commerce and the DFW Minority Development Council. The event was held at the Bill J Priest Institute the satellite campus of El Centro College on Saturday, April 28th, 2018.

Achieve PR covered this event as the pre-event marketing engagement and onsite social media management team for the Dallas ISD MWBE Dept.

Through our social efforts, the event registered over 300 attendees and increased the social media presence of Dallas ISD MWBE’s online small business interaction.

The Blueprint for Business Excellence Workshops featured marketing tips on how to build a marketing blueprint for networking, social networking strategies, how to M.I.N.G.L.E. and turning your contacts into a contract. Additional workshops included developing capability statements, cover letters.

Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce – Open House

Achieve PR coordinated and executed a success open house on behalf of the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce, celebrating the relocation of the chamber to the Martin Luther King Jr. Center, September 1, 2016. The event was attended by Dallas City Councilmen Casey Thomas and Tennell Atkins, Visit Dallas Executive Cheryl Richardson, Regional Hispanic Contractors Association President John Martinez and representatives from Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Dallas Independent School District and North Texas Tollway Association.

America’s Diabetes Challenge: Get to Your Goals

Join us when award-winning actress S. Epatha Merkerson comes to Concord Church to share her story of living with type 2 diabetes. Merkerson has partnered with Merck on America’s Diabetes Challenge: Get to Your Goals program and is encouraging African Americans with type 2 diabetes to know their A1C—their average blood sugar level over the past 2 to 3 months—and talk to their doctors about setting and attaining their own A1C goal.

Set and Attain Your A1C Goal

The American Diabetes Association’s guidelines recommend many people with diabetes have an A1C of less than 7 percent to help reduce the risk of complications. For certain individuals, a higher or lower A1C may be more appropriate, which is why it is important for people with diabetes to speak with their doctors to find out what A1C goal is right for them. Nearly half of people with diabetes are not at an A1C of less than 7 percent.

Take the Pledge!

Visit http://www.AmericasDiabetesChallenge.com to pledge to work with your doctor to know your A1C and set and attain your A1C goal. Friends and family can pledge to challenge their loved ones to get to their A1C goal. You can also join the America’s Diabetes Challenge community by visiting

Facebook.com/AmericasDiabetesChallenge