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Mariama is a 2011 NYWICI scholarship winner, who recently wrapped up a summer internship at the White House, a self-described "Africanista," who has traveled extensively through sub-Saharan Africa, and is a master's candidate at New York University...
As any doctor will tell you, it’s good — and healthy — to laugh. That’s one reason why it’s especially cool that NYWICI’s Foundation Board has institutionalized a “laugh event” each summer with its Ladies Who Laugh benefit. On June 28, you’re...
Cynthia was a speaker at our May 3 panel on Marketing to the New America and the president and CEO of Kang & Lee Advertising, a Young & Rubicam Brands/WPP Group Company. She has been in the business for more than 15 years. Before joining K...
 "Have you profiled any of the three scholarship winners (Katerina Gkionis, Kelli Plasket, Kaitlin Tambuscio)? They've impressed me from the start with their commitment. And they seem to come as a group (maybe it's the K's!)."  So wrote Dorothy...
Kate is a panelist at tonight’s Cocktails & Conversations "The Changing Environment of Online Content: Engage, Track and Measure" and the director of audience analytics and insights for the Wall Street Journal Digital Network. At the network,...
Diana is a senior studying advertising and art direction at the Pratt Institute, and a 2010 NYWICI scholarship winner.Applying "I heard about the scholarship through the Internet and Kathleen Creighton, head of the communications design department...
  Happy First Birthday, Aloud This month NYWICI's Aloud blog celebrates its first anniversary. (Thank you, Deirdre Wyeth, for the name.) In 63-and-counting posts, editorial directors Gail Griffin and Patricia Maloney have worked with me (Michele,...
Celeste Headlee, the co-host of WNYC & PRI's The Takeaway, spoke on the broadcast panel at the Student Communications Career Conference on Nov. 6. Celeste has more than a decade of on- and off-air experience in both local and national public...
She is the co-chair of the Student Affairs Committee, which is behind the upcoming Student Communications Career Conference, and a freelance writer/editor for New York Resident magazine, Niche Media's Gotham and Hamptons magazines and Scholastic....
  She is president of NYWICI for 2010-2011, the CEO and chief creative officer of the advertising and entertainment agency the Kaplan Thaler Group and the author of several best-selling books, including the latest, The Power of Small: Why Little...
The best source of material for New York comics are the mean streets of this crazy and endearing city. And for the comediennes featured at this year's Ladies Who Laugh, on July 14, that's certainly the case. Here, two of the comics, Asie Mohtarez...
She is a web consultant and developer, the principal of D. Wyeth & Associates, and the mother of NYWICI digital. "People don't know what a web developer does until they're in the middle of a project and find they can't communicate with the...
She is chief marketing officer at the Meredith Corporation and vice president of NYWICI's Strategic Planning Committee. Before joining Meredith, Nancy was senior vice president of marketing and business development for the Golf Digest Companies....
She is editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan and author of 6 novels — 5 Bailey Weggins mystery novels and the new psychological suspense thriller Hush. This latest centers on a single New York City working mom, who finds herself in a life-threatening...
She is the chief digital officer of OMD, a digital core of the agency, with more than 200 employees, focusing on digital intelligence, strategy, search and cross-platform partnerships.Went digital when "Like a lot of my colleagues, I joined a start-...

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