Clay Siegall Represents Values on His Blog

The term “fake news” gets thrown around a lot these days, so much so that it has become almost the go-to insult for those wishing to discredit a source that may be reliable but reports against favorable views to one party. The confusion this has caused spills out much further than mainstream media and television. Even now personal blogs and social media feeds can become the breeding ground for misinformation and confusion, even against the best intentions of the user or owner. As even the most well-meaning source has to be well vetted to prevent the spread of false or misleading information, it may feel that there are very few sources to turn to for valid and valuable information.

It is the hard work of dedicated individuals willing to not only vet all the information they spread but also curate reliable and pertinent stories that has kept media from losing all credibility completely.

One such individual doing his part to ensure people have a reliable source of information that not only spreads valid facts but reports issues pertinent to the world at large is Clay Siegall. One quick glance at his blog’s post history tells the story of a person committing to helping people find the truth while using his far reaching platform for the right reasons and motives.

Stories from reliable sources such as NPR dot Clay Siegall’s curated post history, providing his readers with stories that often times go underreported or unnoticed completely. As it has become increasingly harder to be able to tell real fact from fabricated click bait, the work and effort of individuals willing to use social media and blogs to ensure people stay informed is more crucial now than ever before in our history.

Though doing hard work to help society at large is no new event for Clay Siegall. The CEO of Seattle Genetics has built a long and successful career upon always doing the right thing in order to best serve society.

If you would like to learn more about the Work Clay Siegall is doing or view his curated blog feed please visit his website.