Whether you’re hot to trot or cool cat not, there’s still plenty of room on our longlist for Women in Media powered by Are Media, so get yourself in there!
For the uninitiated, the Women in Media Power List is an opportunity to let us know who’s smashing goals in media better than the Socceroos smashing penalties against Peru. It’s a chance for you or your work buddies to get highlighted amongst the best that women in media have to offer, from CMOs to VPs and everything else you can think of.
Here’s the spark notes in case you missed it last time:
The list is updated as regularly as we (our lowly intern) can manage, and may not be up-to-date at all times. If we misreport someone’s job, if there’s a double up on the list, if one of the entries has died since we last checked – don’t panic, just reach out and let us know.
Please don’t nominate just anyone. While we’re sure Aunt Cathy has done great things in her local book club, she’s not really the target of this list. Also, she didn’t even do that much for the book club, get serious.
This isn’t a voting panel or a people’s choice of any kind! This is simply the process we use to whittle down to our final Power List of 30 people later in the year. Don’t freak out, there’s no popularity contest happening here, though we will be keeping an eye out on the most common first names for personal interest and the office tipping pool (my money’s on Sue this year).
If you’d like to add some names to the list, head to the original article and leave us a comment with their names and job titles! Please don’t start adding comments here, our poor editors will have a meltdown.
If there’s any issues you’ve seen on the long list, make sure to reach out to email@example.com. If you want to get something changed more immediately, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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