Shugoll Research was named by Chief Executive magazine a winner of its First Annual (2017) Corporate Citizenship Award for Culture and Arts. The award was presented to Shugoll Research's CEO, Mark Shugoll, at an awards dinner held at the Yale Club in New York City. The selection came after extensive research conducted by Chief Executive Group during the summer and fall of 2016. Coverage of the awards will appear in the March/April issue of Chief Executive magazine. Shugoll Research was honored for its commitment to supporting arts organizations and helping to build future audiences for the arts among young people. A centerpiece of its commitment is its 20-year old initiative, ArtSpeak!, which brings theater artists into public schools to talk about their careers, perform, answer questions and sign autographs. The goal is to excite and educate young people about theater and the arts. ArtSpeak! guests have included Patti LuPone, Kristin Chenoweth, Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Sutton Foster, Lea Michele, Kelli O'Hara, Laura Benanti, Stephen Schwartz and the late Marvin Hamlisch. ArtSpeak! is totally underwritten and produced by Shugoll Research and is free to the public and open to all.
Shugoll Research is an industry leading, full service marketing research firm with offices in Bethesda, Maryland and Alexandria, Virginia. It's commitment to corporate social responsibility has resulted in numerous other awards including the Washington Post Award for Innovative Leadership in the Theatre Community. For more information about Shugoll Research, or the Chief Executive magazine Corporate Citizenship Award for Culture and Arts, contact Robbie Shiver at (301) 656-0310.
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