As longtime Chicagoans will recall, legendary Chicago Sun-Times columnist Mike Royko published his daily column on page two of the paper — the page that helped readers understand what was really happening in the city. After a few years working as a Sun-Times journalist herself, Deb achieved that coveted placement for her own columns, a thrilling achievement for a media junkie and a testament to her understanding of what made Chicago tick.

When she founded an agency dedicated to public relations for legal industry clients, Deb drew on that same energy — understanding the stakes and driving the conversation — and called it Page 2.