Eileen Brady: Voiceover Artist, Actress, Jazz Vocalist

Eileen Brady, one of Mind The Gap’s talented voice over artists, always knew she wanted to be a performer. When she was a senior in high school she told her parents she wanted to be an actress. They were less than thrilled. Her father told her to get the newspaper and look through the want […]

Wood Group: How a Multi-National Group of Companies Is Creating a Cohesive Brand Identity

Wood Group is a $7 billion leading international energy services company that provides a range of services to the oil & gas and power generation industries. The company is involved in engineering, production support, maintenance management and industrial gas turbine overhaul & repair services … everything needed to support the full lifecycle of oil & […]

Voice-Over Artist Audrey Bentham Knows When & When NOT To Speak

Being the voice-over in radio & TV commercials, countless promotional and instructional videos, as well as Mind The Gap on hold messages requires more than just a pleasant voice. Voice-over artist Audrey Bentham learned early in her career that how she interprets the script is, perhaps, the most important aspect of her job. One of […]

A Small Hospital with a Great Big Heart. Margaret Mary Health, Batesville, IN

Margaret Mary Health is a 25-bed critical access hospital located between Cincinnati, Ohio and Indianapolis. It may have only 25 beds, but in many ways, it isn’t small at all. It provides a broad scope of services to a population of some 65,000 – including 24-hour emergency, maternity, outpatient rehabilitation, home health, hospice, and cancer […]

Our Scholarship Program Winner Moves To The Beat Of A Different Drummer

When we created the Mind The Gap® Scholarship Program, and tied it to our love of music by asking applicants to tell us how music has influenced their lives, we never expected that the winner would be a law school student. But Steve Hanson submitted an essay that was not only moving, inspirational and uplifting, […]

How a Company Grew When Traditional Marketing Was Off the Table

As a professional services firm, SVA is used to dealing with its client companies’ most closely held and protected information. Confidentiality has always been part of SVA’s business. Ren Patterson, who took over the reigns as Director of Marketing in 2005 (he’s now Creative Director for SVA), says that at one time consulting/accounting firms like SVA […]

Musicopia Gives Kids The Skills They Need For A Successful Life

It All Began with One Musical Child Some 40 years ago Denise Kinney was a public school student who was deeply involved in the school’s music program. She loved learning to play an instrument. She enjoyed the camaraderie of playing in the school orchestra. She had a feeling of accomplishment that motivated her, helped her […]