Ruth Fitzgibbons: Principal

Ruth became the agency’s public relations guru in 1994, after two decades as a reporter and editor for national and regional magazines. Her commitment to cause branding and strategic communications for nonprofits has led to award-winning work for Children’s Medical Center, the Nasher Sculpture Center, and the Hyundai Hope On Wheels national tour fighting pediatric cancer.

Ruth began her career in New York, where she was an editor and writer for several national titles including New York magazine, The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, and Ladies’ Home Journal. After returning to her native Dallas, Ruth became editor-in-chief of D Magazine, which was named best city magazine in the United States. She is a member and former president of The Dallas Assembly and a member of the International Women’s Forum.

Counting Our Blessings, From Clients to Culture

Ruth Fitzgibbons

We’ve got a lot to be thankful for at Richards Partners. So much, in fact, that we thought we’d preempt Thanksgiving and spend the whole month remembering what matters the most to us. Check out two reasons we love coming to work every day: our clients and our culture. ThyssenKrupp Helps Elevate One World Trade Center We Continue Reading…

The New Slacktivism: What’€™s the Point?

Ruth Fitzgibbons

There’s been a lot of chatter recently about an unexpected twist in cause marketing: the act of sharing support for a cause by “Liking” it or tweeting about it or signing a petition and forwarding it to your email list. Everyone from Mashable to Malcolm Gladwell to Fast Company has weighed in on the trend Continue Reading…