Megan Hess

VICE PRESIDENT, YOUNG PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMMING

Megan Hess
Mobile and Emerging Platforms Editor, Bloomberg

Megan Hess is a mobile editor at Bloomberg and the VP of Young Professionals on the NYWICI board. She is also the founder of No Joe Schmo, a site featuring cool and crazy jobs. Follow her on FacebookTwitter or connect on LinkedIn

This article is a part of the "My Experience with MEG" series, in which past recipients discuss how the Membership Empowerment Grant enhanced their careers.    It had been on my to-do list forever: take coding classes. I’d tried out several free...
The days of starting out as an assistant and crawling your way up the ladder (think: Miranda Priestly’s office) are not necessarily over, but have changed dramatically. At “Breaking Into the Magazine Business” last week, a panel of leaders from a...
The Magazine Writing for Print and Web panel imparted some of the most useful information of the day. Here are the top tips from each panelist for success in the magazine industry and pitching.   Susan Schulz, the editorial brand director at...
The final countdown...less than 24 hours 'til the Student Communications Career Conference! Rachel Bowie and Timi Lewis, the amazing duo who have been the driving forces behind the big day, have a few suggestions of items to bring to keep you on...
Calling all aspiring careerwomen! On Saturday, Nov. 6, join your fellow NYWICI girls at the Student Career Conference in NYC! More than 50 communications professionals will gather to offer their expert advice to students and young professionals --...
It began with a laugh - and with some ladies. Last summer during my internship at Seventeen.com, I heard the term New York Women in Communications mentioned in the elevators, at the Hearst cafe, and by the coffee machines on the 17th floor (aka my...
Born and raised in the United Kingdom, Christopher Cook is a culture and media aficionado who has worked for the BBC for over 30 years. He also currently teaches at Syracuse University's London program, specializing in a course called British Mass...
When I joined New York Women in Communications this summer, I dived right in by attending my first event, Ladies Who Laugh, and connecting immediately with fellow student members. Now, as I spend a semester studying in London, I am taking a similar...