#SeeHer related issues in the news.
You may know Global Head of WME’s Books, Lectures, and Conference Divisions, Jennifer Rudolph Walsh, as Oprah’s, Arianna Huffington’s and Sheryl Sandberg’s literary agent or for being the force behind The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, The Secret Life of Bees and The Glass Castle
Today, Barbie honors journalists Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb as role models, or "Sheroes," for breaking boundaries to inspire the next generation of girls. The pair made history as the first female duo to anchor NBC's TODAY Show in the franchise's 66-year history.
Last night Abby Wambach (two-time Olympic gold medalist, also—ahem—part of the U.S.
For Veterans Day, USAA has launched a campaign to help Americans honor our country's 20 million veterans. They're calling it the #HonorThroughAction Digital Campaign.
Last week the Women’s Media Center held their annual Women’s Media Awards, which recognized and honored game-changing women leaders for their outstanding work in advancing women’s representation in the media.
L’Oréal Paris has recognised the 2018 Women of Worth honourees, which acknowledge 10 women across the U.S. who make a difference in their communities through volunteerism.
Murphy Brown’s “A Lifetime of Achievement” saw the Murphy in the Morning gang getting in touch with both their competitive and romantic sides as they sparred with Bette Midler and Katie Couric and found life with John Larroquette and Analeigh Tipton (and, technically, recurring
Citi, the US multinational investment bank, has hired ex-Toys R Us marketer Carla Hassan to take on the role of chief brand officer.
As the chief brand officer of Procter & Gamble, the world’s largest advertiser with a reported ad spend of over $10 billion, you might say Marc Pritchard is the most powerful person in marketing.
Verizon Communications Inc.’s new chief executive is restructuring the carrier’s business lines, including its massive wireless business, in one of the first major organizational changes under his leadership.
Monday was the 10th Annual Broken Glass Awards hosted by Palm Springs Women in Film and Television at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa. Six women were honored for "breaking the glass ceiling" in the entertainment industry and through philanthropic works.
The number of women-owned businesses is on the rise. Four in 10 businesses in the U.S.