In an effort to share a little bit of color and wisdom from my fourteenth harvest as a partner in my family’s vineyard, I’ve rounded up five things that stuck with me the most this go around:
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So we couldn’t help but notice that this week’s Family Guy talks about Nielsen Ratings. Peter requests puppets to help him decipher the confusing instructions. Sure looks like Seth Mcfarlane was inspired by our project with ESPN.
As a woman and as a business owner, I want to dedicate this post to the celebration of some really amazing achievements in the business world. I often employ equal parts optimism — for what can and should be — and realism — for what is and has been. But today, I want to talk optimistically about what it means for more women to be obtaining higher levels of education and heights in corporate America. It means women are acquiring the skills and building the networks necessary to take on the next frontier: entrepreneurship.
Advertisers, start your engines. The deadline to enter this year’s Jay Chiat Awards is approaching fast. July 13 is your last chance to pit your best ad against the top dogs of the advertising universe. Did I mention yours truly is judging? And I’m not an easy grader.
Today I’d like to introduce you to the woman is responsible for guiding MTV through the ever changing landscapes of TV, web, social and mobile: Kristin Frank.
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 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 hustlers in our field.
As fearless women go, Tara Hunt is hard to beat. Years ago, at the end of a relationship and after losing her job, Tara chose not to see anguish and defeat, but instead saw an opportunity to create her own future.
A flurry of articles have been written on the “women and startups” problem. The same issues are brought up again and again, but one issue that hasn’t been given much attention and scrutiny is the significance of the fact that there are practically no female VC’s.
Looking back over the last twelve months, there are so many things we’ve improved upon and so many things in which we’ve taken pride. If we were to narrow in on eleven areas that delivered the most #winning for our clients and for our company, the list would look a little something like this.