B&T’s 2014 Women In Media Finalists Announced

B&T’s 2014 Women In Media Finalists Announced
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The finalists for B&T’s Women in Media Awards have been revealed.

The awards recognises women in the industry who have achieved success in the fields of marketing, creative, media, sales, digital and PR and celebrates their contribution through leadership and innovation.

We received more than 100 entries this year. Winners will be revealed at the Women in Media Awards dinner on Tuesday 29 July at the Four Seasons hotel in Sydney. Make sure you check out the website for tickets and all the info of the night.

Congratulations to all the finalists listed below.

Creative

  • Jo-Anne Boag, SLR Productions
  • Melanie Alexander, SLR Productions
  • Shani Langi, PLAY Communications
  • Shahn Welsh, News Corp Australia

Digital

  • Christie Nicholas, Kids Business Communications
  • Mandi Gunsberger, Babyology
  • Rebekah Horne, Network Ten
  • Richenda Vermeulen, ntegrity
  • Zoe Warne, August

Employer

  • Babyology
  • HM Communication Group
  • Mamamia Network
  • PLAY Communications
  • The Works

Journalist/Producer

  • Antoinette Lattouf, Network Ten & The Hoopla
  • Kate Muegel, Drop Dead Gorgeous Daily
  • Lindy Olsen, FIT Media/Muscle Up Media
  • Suzanne Ryan, SLR Productions

Marketing

  • Kirsty Dollisson, TorchMedia
  • Nicole McInnes, Adshel
  • Shani Langi, PLAY Communications

Media Agency

  • Di Richardson, Starcom
  • Nicole Milward, ZenithOptimedia
  • Shivani Maharaj, MediaCom
  • Virginia Hyland, HM Communication Group

Mentor

  • Kirsty Dollisson, TorchMedia
  • Kylie Green, Dentsu Aegis Network
  • Mia Freedman, Mamamia Network
  • Nicole Milward, ZenithOptimedia
  • Richenda Vermeulen, ntegrity

PR

  • Emma Jones, Emma Jones Publicist
  • Kim McKay, Klick Communications

Rising Star

  • Aleisha Haslemore, Australian Radio Network
  • Emily Yeo, The Remarkables Group
  • Jamila Rizvi, Mamamia Network
  • Jennifer Lam, I Ate My Way Through
  • Polly Blenkenship, Foxtel

Sales

  • Andrea Ingham, Southern Cross Austereo
  • Fiona O’Driscoll, Nine Entertainment Company
  • Kirsty Dollisson, TorchMedia
  • Rae Smethurst, Foxtel

Strategy

  • Alison Dean, RACV
  • Cate Mathers, The Works
  • Lucielle Vardy, George Patterson Y&R
  • Richenda Vermeulen, ntegrity

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