It seems like the world is a completely different place since our last quarterly newsletter. But as we have seen firsthand, especially in times of uncertainty, strong, timely communications can and often does make the difference. In this edition of the Mueller Minute, we'll talk about our stance on Black Lives Matter, unpack some resources we've compiled relative to COVID-19, and, as always, highlight clients who are doing great things in the community.
James Madlom
Lori Richards
Carl Mueller
At Mueller Communications, we recognize that persistent and systemic racism is a deep wound in our country and our community. We believe we can use our voices, our influence, and our power to empower those who have been oppressed for decades, in our beloved Milwaukee and beyond. At Mueller, we encourage our team members to be engaged and informed on issues of racial injustice. As part of this effort, we started to compile and will continue to update and refine a list of resources designed to educate and inform on the issue of systemic racism. This list is far from exhaustive. Help us expand it by sharing your suggested resources; just reply to this email.

It is featured in the resources we've compiled, but we want to call out FUEL Milwaukee's discussion Experiencing Racism: A Candid Conversation , featuring our own Sorrina Beecher. You can watch video of the discussion here .
The evolving challenges of COVID-19 are testing the preparedness of organizations large and small. Now more than ever, organizations need to be the voice of calm, bringing proactive, timely and reliable information to stakeholders. And now that the world is starting to slowly open back up, we're advising clients on ways to communicate with employees, associates and customers safely and effectively. With this in mind, Mueller Communications has compiled the following blog posts that we hope serve as helpful resources and thought-starters for you and your team:
In May, our own Lori Richards was named Board Chair of Tempo Milwaukee. Check out Lori's introductory video message: