Last Chance TODAY! Vote For YOUR Most Powerful Women In Australian Media!

Last Chance TODAY! Vote For YOUR Most Powerful Women In Australian Media!

B&T has put the search out for the women in the media industry that are kicking-butt and taking names. This is your last chance TODAY to nominate the powerful women in your business for the B&T power list. Nominate your boss, a colleague, even yourself!

We want women who are innovating, embracing change, leading the way, and taking no crap.

You’ve got UNTIL TODAY to get your suggestions in for the ultimate power list of women! The deciding rank of the most powerful women in media will be announced at the Women in Media Awards on August 13.

And make sure you enter the Women in Media Awards too. We will be releasing a People’s Choice vote early July for the public to have their say too.

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Here’s an inspiration list to get your juices flowing. This isn’t the exhaustive list, you can nominate any female in the media industry that you think deserves recognition and accolades.

Name Company Title
Alaina Hawley Mediacom National People & Culture Director
Aleisha Haslemore Ultimate Edge Founder and managing director
Alice Manners IAB Australia CEO
Aimee Buchanan OMD Managing Director
Anita Jacoby ITV Studios Australia Managing Director
Annie Parker Co-founder of muru-D, Director of Code Club Australia
Bec Brideson Venus Comms Director
Carolyn Mackintosh Clemenger Creative Director
Cathy O’Connor NOVA CEO
Chantal Walker Foxtel Director Customer & Loyalty Marketing
Charmaine Moldrich OMA CEO
Deanne Weir Chair of Hoodlum, Chair of WE Magazines Pty Ltd, Board member of International Women’s Development Agency,
Dee Madigan Campaign Edge Executive Creative Director
Edwina McCann Vogue Editor
Ellie Rogers Facebook Head of Agency
Frances Anne-Keeler Tourism Australia Deputy CEO
Gaye Steele Macleay College Head of Marketing and Admissions
Helen McCabe Australian Women’s Weekly Editor in Chief
Iona Macgregor Publicis Worldwide Chief Strategy Officer
Ita Buttrose Co-host of Studio 10 on Network TEN, Managing Director of Chief Executive Women
Jackie Frank Pacific Mags Group Publisher – Fashion & Health Titles at Pacific Magazines
Jane Caro Writer, Commentator, Lecturer
Jane Huxley Pandora Managing Director ANZ
Jodie Sangster ADMA CEO
Joe Pollard Telstra Group Managing Director, Media & Marketing
Judith Lucy Comedian, Author
Karen Stocks Twitter Managing Director
Karly Leach Maxus MD
Kat Thomas One Green Bean Founder & ECD
Kate Vale Spotify Managing Director, Spotify ANZ
Katie Rigg-Smith Mindshare CEO
Kieran Moore Ogilvy Public Relations  CEO Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide | Regional Talent Director Ogilvy PR Asia-Pacific
Lee Leggett Initiative  CEO
Lee Tonitto AMI CEO
Lindy Olsen Fit Media General manager, Fit Media and editor-in-chief of Oxygen magazine and Clean Eating
Maile Carnegie Google Managing Director
Marina Go Bauer General Manager, Hearst-Bauer Media + Chair of Wests Tigers
Margaret Zabel McDonald’s Australia Limited VP Marketing
Melinda Geertz Leo Burnett CEO
Mia Freedman MamaMia Co-founder and content director
Mim Haysom M&C Saatchi Managing Partner
Nicole Boyd Mediacom Managing Director Brisbane
Nicole Sheffield NewsLifeMedia CEO
Nicole Taylor DDB Managing Director
Olivia Wirth Qantas Group Executive, Brand, Marketing & Corporate Affairs
Rhiannon MacDonald Mail Online Managing Editor
Richenda Vermeulen Start Up Victoria Founder of Ntegrity
Robi Stanton Turners Broadcasting VP of Sales and Marketing SE Asia Pacific
Sarah Wyse Videology Managing Director ANZ
Sophie Madden Media Federation CEO
Sunita Gloster AANA CEO
Tara Lordsmith Myer Group general manager – marketing
Vittoria Shortt Commonwealth Bank Group Executive, Marketing and Strategy
Virginia Hyland Hyland Media Founder and principal
Yvonne Bauer Bauer Media Group Owner and Chief Executive


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