Brad Sinkaus

Next month will mark 10 years since Hurricane Katrina, one of the costliest and deadliest hurricanes in the country’s history, devastated New Orleans. The destruction wrought by the category five hurricane emphasized our nation’s unpreparedness, and it sparked a national

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Beth Ward

Every company wants to demonstrate its value. A performance management system allows you to effectively show how your organization is meeting its goals and accomplishing its mission. But establishing such a system can be challenging. Where do you start? How

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Nexight Group

Nexight Group is happy to welcome Brooke Ehrenberg to the team as our new Research and Communications Analyst. Brooke is a recent graduate from Ohio State. We sat down with Brooke to ask her a few questions about herself, her

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Nexight Group

In these videos, Nexight Group’s CEO Jack Eisenhauer and Executive VP Ross Brindle reflect on the company’s journey to this point and share their thoughts on the future. Jack Eisenhauer Ross Brindle

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Infographic – Five Years of Nexight Group
Nexight GroupJune 30, 2015

Nexight Group

We sat down with Nexight Group’s CEO Jack Eisenhauer and Executive VP Ross Brindle to reflect on the company’s journey to this point and hear about their thoughts on the future. Q: Why did you found Nexight Group? Jack: Ross

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Jenn Ganss

Last week, 45,000 residents in California lost power due to equipment damage at PG&E’s El Cerrito Substation. The culprit? A squirrel. The little woodland creature shouldered the blame for a two-hour outage that shut down the Downtown Berkeley BART station

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Chris Averill

A few weeks ago, my wife and I traveled to Iceland on vacation where we hiked inside a volcano, soaked in hot springs, climbed behind waterfalls, and walked along a black sand beach. Each of these experiences were unlike anything

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Shruti Kuppa

Last week, the EPA came out with a draft report stating that there is no evidence that hydraulic fracturing—better known as “fracking”—activities have led to widespread, systematic impacts on drinking water resources in the United States. While this report sparked

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Christiana Sherman

Two weeks ago, I traveled to a rural community in northern Nicaragua with MANOS, a nonprofit organization from the College of William & Mary. They have been partnering with the community for eight years to address their top health concerns: access

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