Take the Lead Delves into Gender Parity in Journalism

Guests on tomorrow evening’s Virtual Happy Hour with Gloria Feldt include Reshma Gopaldas, Mira Lowe, and Amy Emmerich.

Tomorrow evening’s Take the Lead Virtual Happy Hour will feature an exciting group of women talking about one of my favorite topics: journalism. Tomorrow’s event is called The Real Story: Women in Journalism Finding Fair Solutions.

The web call will discuss ways to promote change that will make for more equal representation and pay of women journalists.  Given that Philanthropy Women is a journalism endeavor, I am planning to be on that call to see what I can learn for my work, and to discuss philanthropy’s current and future impact on these issues.

Here is more information about what is happening tomorrow night at 6:30 ET:

The Real Story: Women in Journalism Find Fair Solutions

Join us Wednesday, January 9 at 6:30 PM ET to learn the success secrets from two accomplished media leaders.

For our first Virtual Happy Hour of the new Year, we are thrilled to bring you Amy Emmerich, Chief Content Officer of Refinery29, and Mira Lowe, President-Elect of Journalism & Women Symposium and Director of the Innovation News Center at the University of Florida. These are women you definitely want to know! They’ll join co-hosts Gloria Feldt, President & Co-Founder of Take The Lead, and Reshma Gopaldas, Vice President, Video Programming at SheKnows Media. Click here to register. 

You will learn and have a chance to discuss:

–Trends and career opportunities in journalism and the media business

–How these women thrive and lead in times of rapid change and chaos

–How women can lead the change to reach pay and leadership parity in any sector, with special emphasis on journalism and the media business overall

–The impact of media on our self image and confidence as women

–The importance of the stories we tell and who gets to tell them–and why gender parity is a key to finding fair solutions

You can ask:

Anything!

–You will be able to ask questions of our guests if you participate live.

–But sign up even if you can’t attend live, because we’ll send the link to everyone who registered.

–You can even tweet questions in advance to @takeleadwomen to make sure your question gets answered.

–When you register for the Virtual Happy Hour, you will receive an exclusive exercise to help you employ every medium–that’s Power Tool #8.

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Author: Kiersten Marek

Kiersten Marek, LICSW, is the founder of Philanthropy Women. She practices clinical social work in Cranston, Rhode Island, and writes about how women donors and their allies are advancing social change.

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