What is SHE Globl Media?
S.H.E. Globl Media is a purposeful women’s media and education company that empowers women to lead their optimal personal and professional lives so they can become change agents in their own lives and the world. The name stands for “she helps empower the globe,” driven by our belief that the world needs women to lead, alongside men, in private and public sectors and civil society more than ever in history. Through 3 key initiatives that CELEBRATE (content), CONVENE (conferences) & CULTIVATE (curriculum) WOMEN, we expose women to healthy practices, diverse female role models, confidence building stories and tools for growth–while strengthening their consciousness of elevating other women.
What is SHE Summit?
S.H.E. Summit’s mission is to be the world’s most accessible women’s empowerment conference–exposing today’s leading role models, empowerment stories and strategies, women’s campaigns and supportive community to a global female audience who have the power to ripple affect change in their own lives, and for the betterment of other women and the world. In its 4th year, THE global women’s leadership and lifestyle event is back with the most powerful roster of speakers, programming, attendees and partners yet. This is an unforgettable, onceayear experience designed to: Propel your next phase of personal and professional success; Shift you into your MOST EMPOWERED state of self; Realign you with authentic goals and values; add significant relationships to your network; and provide a supportive community for your goals! Are you… a student passionate about women’s issues? Part of a women’s group focused on advancement? Leading a women’s initiative inside a corporation? Running a business focused on improving women’s lives in some way? Or just a passionate advocate of women with a strong network? SHE Summit is your global event and microphone to plug your mission and movement into!
What inspired you to create the global women’s event, SHE Summit, through SHE Globl Media?
I have been immersed in the community of women my whole life (from all girl schools, to a having fearless entrepreneurial mom, to corunning a girlfriend entertainment company called Shecky’s for 9 years. But in 2010 at age 35, I opened my eyes to the state of women and stepped into a new consciousness of what it means to be a woman in today’s world. These issues became personal to me; I realized my responsibility to leverage my life and Godgiven gifts to improve this reality and convene other women to do so too. Channeling my Smith College days, the feminist in me reawakened and I started consuming every event, nonprofit, article and book I could find centered around the words “women’s empowerment, leadership, power, and potential.” I met an army of incredible women starting, innovating, empowering, leading, disrupting and often juggling multiple jobs while driving positive change for a cause. It hit me, these female role models (executives, entrepreneurs, social change makers, mothers, innovators) were vastly underrepresented in mainstream TV shows, magazines and websites that today’s women and young girls consume. Media is a persuasive form of education and creator of consciousness, and since most programming covets the beautiful, thin and young. I am convinced it directly affects how our female generation perceives it’s personal self worth and potential. So I decided to ditch security and devote all my being to creating S.H.E. Globl Media to be a purposeful women’s media and education company. The name stands for “she helps empower the globe”. I believe that if I feed women with enough content, conferences and curriculum role models, tools for growth, advice and mentorship they will become more successful at integrating their personal and professional lives, and therefore CHANGE THE WORLD! Watch my TEDx Talk on the #SHERevolution to understand me better, hear my perspective of the women’s revolution happening now, why I need your support and how we can work together .
What makes SHE Summit different from other conferences?
SHE Summit is the global transformational event for women. It provides one, uniting platform for them all to reach us and changing the conversation from "having it all" to truly finding selffulfillment. Think of it like “The Big Top” for women’s empowerment; we cover leadership, global women's economic empowerment, selfcare, health and wellness, motherhood, and destroying the term 'having it all' and replacing it with vocabulary around fulfillment and integration. It's so exciting because this is the biggest the SHE Summit has ever been, with a huge diversity of topics and people all coming together for one purpose: to elevate women. The revolution is here. We live in an unprecedented time. We collaborate in order to accelerate women’s empowerment.
What keeps you motivated to do what you do?
I dreamed of building a financially successful brand that would make empowerment accessible and impactful for women globally. The most powerful motivator was when I finished my last SHE Summit in June of 2014. I learned that women in over 100 countries watched the livestream and we reached over 250 million impressions on social media. That brought a variety of emotions. Beyond the sheer joy and happiness high that immediately comes from the milestone, I have also felt vulnerable and scared. What would happen next?I have a sense of beginning and birthing something new, which is really exciting. I have stretched the potential of what I believe I can make possible.
What is the one piece of advice you would like all women to know?
We can only become what we believe. Your greatest power is to KEEP BELIEVING in your dreams and that you have what it takes.
Tell us how to engage with SHE Summit:
If you can get to New York City, join us in person for SHE Summit. Buy tickets now with a 20% discount code using the word EMPOWERMENT. To participate remotely, visit SHESummit.com and apply to host the live stream!
Women in Leadership: Ursula Burns, Debora Spar and Indra Nooyi with moderator Bill George
Bill George, Harvard University management professor and author of True North and Discover Your True North, moderates a panel of distinguished women including chairman and chief executive officer of Xerox Ursula M. Burns, Barnard College's President Debora Spar and PepsiCo’s Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi to discuss the challenges women face in leadership today.
Date: Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Time: 8:15 pm
Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St
Venue: Buttenwieser Hall
**NYWICI Members: Use the code LEAD to receive a %30 percent discount
Click HERE for more details & to register.
NYWICI Members receive an exclusive discount which allows to save up to 40% on tickets on the below shows.
Life can be perfectly absurd
LAUGH IT UP, STARE IT DOWN
A new play by Alan Hruska
Directed by Chris Eigeman
Limited Engagement August 26 - October 10
This is the story of Cleo and Joe -- the meeting of their minds, the entwining of their hearts, and their life-long search for a meaningful point in a universe too random to have one. It’s a journey marked by a missing baby, a forged painting, a house invader, a tidal wave, and frozen pistou. Will they rise above their outrageous fortune? Will they find ecstatic love?
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Performance Schedule: Tues 7pm, Wed 7pm, Thur 7pm, Fri 8pm, Sat 2 & 8pm, Sun 3 & 7pm
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*Tickets regularly $59-$79. All prices include $1 Facility Fee. Valid for performances through 10/10/15. All sales are final — no refunds or exchanges. Not all seats are discounted. Regular service charges apply to phone and internet orders. Not applicable to previously purchased tickets. Offer subject to availability and prior sale. Not valid in combination with any other sale. Cast and Schedule subject to change. Blackout dates may apply. Offer may be revoked at any time. Limit 8 tickets per order. Offer Expires 10/10/15.
NYWICI Members -You're Invited!
In this premier leadership event, inspiring and accomplished women executives share their stories of leadership and success. Our elite panelists include Linda Sawyer, Chairman, Deutsch and Gabrielle Stern, Deputy Managing Editor, The Wall Street Journal. The panel will reveal their thoughts on leadership, strategies for breaking through to the next level, and ideas for leveraging both inner and outer strengths along the journey to achievement.
The audience will have the opportunity to learn from the panelists’ collective experiences including how they met their goals, solved seemingly impossible challenges while continuing to push through and exceed expectations. There will be the opportunity to meet and speak with the panelists personally as well as network with like-minded women leaders across various industries and scopes.
Wimlink, Shareablee and Rocket Fuel are proud to host this premier event as a leadership forum for already successful women to connect, exchange ideas, and plan for their businesses and careers for 2015 and beyond.
Event: Advancing Women: Leadership in Digital Media
Date: Thursday, February 19
Cost: NYWICI Members can use the code " shareablee " to bypass the $20 fee
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Memorial gathering on April 4th, 2015 to celebrate the life and work of Daylle Deanna Schwartz.
2:00- 5:00 PM at The Open Center, NYC
22 E. 30th Street (at Madison Avenue)
People will have the opportunity to share memories or speak about Daylle. Please e-mail any photos you would like to see included in a slideshow.
More details to come....
Public relations (PR) and marketing pro Julie Livingston has officially launched her consulting firm Livingston PR. Based in New York City, the consultancy will provide clients with a full range of strategic marketing and communications services, as well as assist in business development and strategic partnerships. Livingston PR has already begun to build its new client roster and is excited to be serving associations, nonprofits, the education market, small businesses and solopreneurs. Read more.
We wanted to reach out to let you know about an event we're holding this weekend called Tycoon Lab.
It's a highly practical two-day workshop where ecommerce marketers, advertisers, merchandisers and brand managers can learn how to make smarter decisions, build a stronger brand and grow their business.
On Saturday, we'll cover ecommerce analytics (tools to use and how to get the most out of them), testing & experimentation, user experience and content marketing for ecommerce.
On Sunday, we'll cover how to use AdWords, Facebook ads, display ads and retargeting ads to acquire new customers as well as advanced ecommerce analytics techniques including attribution modeling.
Take advantage of our special holiday pricing - $250 for both days (was $400), or $150 for a single day ($250). The discount expires tomorrow!
Date: Saturday, December 6, 10:00am - Sunday, December 7, 5:00pmTo register and learn more about the Tycoon Lab, please CLICK HERE.
2013 NYWICI Scholarship recipient Amanda Livingston, a sophomore at Ithaca College, was inducted by the historic Ithaca College Oracle Honor Society, which recognizes academic excellence. First-year students who maintain a GPA that puts them in the top 10% of all students in their school throughout their first full academic year are invited to accept membership into the society.
It is with great sadness that we report on the passing of our dear friend and member, Daylle Deanna Schwartz, on Oct. 31, 2014. Earlier this year, Daylle was diagnosed with an inoperable, malignant brain tumor. Yet, true to her nature, Daylle remained positive until the very end of her life and focused on being the embodiment of the self-love she taught to so many others.
A speaker, self-empowerment counselor and best-selling author of 13 books, Daylle specialized in helping people learn how to love themselves and tame their people-pleasing natures. She was so passionate about the importance and value of this mission that she founded “The Self-Love Movement,” a campaign that attracted more than 100 prestigious Self-Love Ambassadors from around the world, and thousands embraced her campaign to love themselves. Her personal journey to self-love opened up doors to a joyous life spent with friends, colleagues, her beloved daughter and two grandsons. This joy fueled her desire to give the gift of her writing to the world in the full-length book entitled “How Do I Love Me? Let Me Count the Ways,” which she made available for free on her Self-Love website (now available at www.daylledeannaschwartz.com).
A dedicated member of NYWICI for many years, Daylle was active on the Programming, Matrix and Member Empowerment Grant Committees, giving generously of her time and expertise to others. In support of her own personal career reinvention, Daylle was a 2013 Member Empowerment Grant (MEG) recipient from the New York Women in Communications Foundation. The grant supported Daylle’s ability to develop and promote her “The Self-Love Movement” and take it to a worldwide audience.
To honor Daylle’s spirit and memory, her family has requested that donations be made in her honor to the New York Women in Communications Foundation, a 501c3, in support of the Member Empowerment Grant (MEG) Program. Donations of any amount will be appreciated and can be donated securely online or mailed to the New York Women in Communications Foundation at 355 Lexington Avenue, 15th Floor, NY, NY 10017. All donations are tax-deductible.
Just as Daylle made an amazing difference in the lives of all of us here at NYWICI and the many women around the world who read her books or heard her message, a gift to the Foundation in support of MEG will make a difference in the lives of our members who are seeking education, career reinvention or career development.
Daylle will be sincerely missed. We are so very grateful to have known her. We thank her family for choosing the Foundation and MEG as a way for her friends and colleagues to remember her, allowing her spirit and generosity to support an organization that she loved.
Do something different with your clients this holiday season. Come explore the creative power of code, data and hardware in a relaxed and inspiring holiday atmosphere. We’ll kick off with festive cocktails and canapés before exploring a history of the future. We’ll then get hands-on with the latest tech toys.
We will kick off with a short talk on demystifying open hardware and get everyone hands-on and
experimenting with the devices of the future, including:
● Leap Motion: Natural motion gesture control
● Google Glass: Augmented reality for the masses
● Oculus Rift: Virtual reality reborn
● Arduino: Open source hardware, instant prototyping
● FitBit (or similar): Collecting data through wearables
● 3D Scanning & Printing: Inspiring possibilities for the future of innovation
We will also have a bar where guests can ‘code’ their own cocktails & juices by writing different sequences of code to create their own drink.
Whether you’re looking to book a delicious lunch, dinner or after-work cocktail & hors d’oeuvres, let Decoded cater a party your clients will remember.
Timing: November - December
Location: Decoded Headquarters, 10 East 34th Street, 2nd Floor NY, NY 10016*
Type of Event: Lunch or Dinner (10-20 seated), Evening Cocktail Party (10-50 standing)
Parting gifts (additional charge): Arduinos, Walter Isaacson’s The Innovators, etc.
Please contact Jessica at Decoded to make arrangements.
*Decoded will have all technology to be demonstrated on the day or can bring it on-site to a pop-up location. Catering & future technologies toys can vary based on emerging technologies.
Bonnie A. Blake received a prestigious “Best in Communications” Luminaire Awards among several hundred industry leaders at the Franklin Luminaire Awards on Sept. 17, 2014, held at Pier Sixty, Chelsea Piers, NY. The Luminaire Award recognizes talented media professionals for their positive influence, creative excellence and personal dedication in the field, honoring outstanding performance in advertising, publishing, printing and integrated media. The award was presented by Laura C. Reid, vice president, Production, Hearst Magazines and Franklin Luminaire Awards Co-Chair.
As an educational leader, administrator, academic and media, marketing and communications professional in the media and communications industry, Bonnie has dedicated herself to successful learning outcomes in higher education and growth for her corporate clients for more than 25 years. Since founding Bonnie Blake & Company in 1982, she has provided marketing and communications solutions to clients across media platforms. Bonnie served at NYU as a clinical assistant professor for the Strategic Communications, Marketing and Media Management Program; as academic program director and faculty of the Master’s Program in Graphic Communications Management and Technology, and as coordinating chair for additional programs in Publishing and Digital Imaging and Design.
Bonnie’s philosophy has been to share knowledge, nurture growth and inspire innovative thinking. She has directed curriculum development, recruited top students, faculty and industry talent and advised and mentored students and alumni.
— Julie Livingston
Presented by the Museum of the City of New York (MCNY)
Tuesday, November 11, 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Mac Conner: A New York Life – After-hours tour and reception
Join us for a special after-hours insider event celebrating design and advertising at the City Museum. Tour our newest exhibition, showcasing the work and times of one of the original "Mad Men," McCauley (“Mac”) Conner. Conner's captivating illustrations graced the pages of Cosmopolitan, Redbook, The Saturday Evening Post, and other major magazines from the 1940s–1960s. Admission includes a guided tour of the exhibition, drinks in the Museum’s landmark building, and a discount on scheduling future group tours of the exhibition.
Special NYWICI pricing: tickets are $15.00 per person ($20 to the public).
To register, click HERE.
**For the NYWICI discount, use promo code: macconner1
Jill Surdyka is senior manager of global internal communications at Avon Products, where she's responsible for getting the word out about the company to its associates worldwide.
Go Team Avon! Jill is also active in the Avon Foundation for Women's Walk for Breast Cancer and is co-captain of this year's Team Avon walk team.
Surrounded ... in a good way The signs were everywhere: Katia Diaz, a student of Jill's at Seton Hall, where she taught a class in PR, won a Foundation Board scholarship. Her colleagues from both Avon and Weber Shandwick, a former employer, were NYWICI members. "With so many women I respect being part of the organization," says Jill, "I knew it was time to cross 'join NYWICI' off my to-do list."
State Senator Liz Krueger (D-Manhattan) announced the induction of 28th District resident Fortuna Calvo-Roth as a 2014 New York State Senate "Woman of Distinction.” The induction ceremony took place on May 13, 2014, at the state capitol in Albany. Fortuna is a pioneer in the field of journalism, who went on to have a broad-ranging career in academia, the performing arts and business. She is also a past president of New York Women in Communications and serves on the Past Presidents Advisory Board. Read a profile on Fortuna, publushed in NYWICI's Connect newsletter in 2009. Fortuna was also profiled on nywici.org in 2010 as part of Women's History Month.
Live in 3, 2, 1 Alice Cottle is a news production assistant at the TODAY Show, where she assists writers and producers with bookings, research and editing, and proofreads and distributes scripts for anchor Natalie Morales. For this year's Olympics in Sochi, she also was a media researcher/associate producer.
This Dublin, Ireland, native landed in New York as an NBC page after working at the 2012 Olympics in London.
A "royal" education Alice studied social anthropology at the University of St. Andrews, in Fife, Scotland, whose most famous recent graduates are Prince William and his wife, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge.
About Will and Kate Alice says: "They were a few years ahead of me. However, I did witness their engagement announcement at Saint Andrews on the day Kate Middleton famously wore a red suit and walked with her betrothed through a stone arch. "She gave only one interview that day (filmed on my friend's cell phone). The interview went to ITV in exchange for an internship, and that friend now works there. It was cool to witness, and I wish I had filmed it on my BB."
Longing for Irish pub grub, rugby and craic "I do miss pub lunches — shepherd's pie, sticky-toffee pudding. And the seafood back in Dublin is always fresh and delicious. "Rugby, our equivalent of the American football culture, is a family game in Ireland. "I also miss Irish 'craic,' which means banter or fun. Dubliners are cheerful people, so when I go home, I catch up with good craic."— Rachel Buttner