With the holidays right around the corner and a new year on its heels, we’d like to take a moment to reflect back on 2017 and all that came with it. It was a great year for Freedom Consulting Group, from new additions and awards to achievements by both the company and members of our team. So, in the spirit of reflection, here are what you, our readers, deemed the most popular posts on the Freedom blog in 2017:
April is Autism Awareness Month, which is a particularly important month to FCG’s Security Manager, Amy. Reilly, Amy’s daughter, was diagnosed with autism 9 years ago. We sat down with Amy to hear about her experiences as a parent of a child with autism, her involvement in the community, and so much more.
Looking back on a blog about looking back – now that’s meta. In this post, we asked FCGers what advice they would give their college-aged selves. From switching majors to getting the most out of life, there are some tips in here you won’t want to miss.
While not technically one specific blog, this series of posts was among our most popular. Each feature took a deep dive into one of the many projects we’re so proud of, taking a moment to highlight the hard work and successes of some of our teams.
In another post about a cause that’s close to the heart of one of our own (clearly our readers like to see those!), we talked to FCG’s designer, Francesca, about the American Diabetes Tour de Cure. The race raises money for those who are affected by diabetes – something that hits close to home for Francesca, whose mom suffers from the disease.
FCG is constantly growing, both in numbers and in strengths. This was evidenced this year by the addition of our new Chief Strategy Officer, Sean Keller. In this post, meet Sean and learn more about the unusual path he took to get to FCG, as well as what he brings to the table as a new member of the FCG team.
From project and team member features to topics that hit close to home for some of our own, the FCG blog was filled with important and memorable posts in 2017. As we look ahead to next year, we are so thankful for the opportunities that we have been given and hope to continue to connect with you here on the blog and beyond.