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100 Million Facebook Fans: GM Kristin Frank on MTV’s Historic Milestone and Her Career

Originally posted to Forbes. MTV’s longevity and success, in an industry known for ever-changing tastes―ah, boybands!―and an audience that’s a moving target, can be credited to its willingness to adapt. Not one for forcing a square […]

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Washington Life’s “Young & The Guest List” is also DC’s “Young & The Restless” (and not for the reasons you might think)

Re-posted from JESS3. In a lot of ways, the “under forty” crowd in DC is not only young, but we are also restless. We are restless about where we, as individuals, are in relation to other […]

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Perry Hewitt, One of the Few Female Chief Digital Officers? One of the Few, Period.

Re-posted from Forbes. In recent interviews, we’ve talked about the lack of women in the technology world, but we haven’t yet touched on the need for more women in leadership roles in academia. In 2009 The […]

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Only a Few Female CEOs? Doesn’t Mean Women Aren’t Successful

Re-posted from Forbes. In a recent post, I discussed the dearth of women in venture capital and returned to the question of which industry “power seats” need more women. To help steer the conversation in this […]

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What’s the ROI on Your Day? Amy Jo Martin on Passion and Innovation

Re-posted from Forbes. Amy Jo Martin, another fabulous woman I met through my work with Nike Women’s Make Yourself Movement, believes in one thing above all else: INNOVATION. By refusing to accept the adage “if it […]