juneeteenth, freedom day, 2023

Dive into the vibrant history of Juneteenth, a significant day for freedom and celebration.

pride month with squiggly rainbows

It’s June and that means Pride Month! If you want to learn more or engage with Pride Month, here a few resources and events that you might be interested in:

women's history month: illustration of 3 women hugging

Happy Women’s History Month! There is still time to celebrate and honor the accomplishments, challenges, and joys of women. Need some ideas? We’ll get you started:

black history month with hands in varying skin tones

This year’s Black History Month theme from the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) is Black Resistance. Historically, notable efforts from Carter G. Woodson, Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Ida B. Wells, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Septima Poinsette Clark, Fannie Lou Hamer and Rosa Parks have sought to protect and advocate for Black life.

people laying concrete with trowels and the word foundations

For more than 4,000 years we’ve been making some type of New Year’s resolution, starting with ancient Babylonians (History). Back then things looked a little different - the resolutions focused on returning tools and paying off debts. Today while some make formal resolutions, most of us hit reset in some way with the new calendar year. New Year resolutions provide a moment of reflection to invest in something we value – get healthier, be a better friend, or spend more time with family. This year, as I thought about my resolution for the PPMC, I kept coming back to one thing...


At Team PPMC, we try our best to be “real” about life, expectations, and moments that call for celebration, mourning, or laughter… and sometimes that laughter is directed at each other. We take our work seriously, but life? Life calls for laughter.

meet team ppmc: briaja tucker

Welcome Briaja to Team PPMC!

workforce priorities wordcloud

To finish our workforce series, we conducted a Q&A with staff to highlight the generational differences of how we all view work. The generational makeup of Team PPMC ranges from Gen Z to Baby Boomer – and we all have different approaches to work and how we see it play out in our lives.