B&T’s Women in Media’s People’s Choice poll has been open for just under a week and we’ve already seen some solid movement between the top contenders.
The good news? It’s still anyone’s game. There aren’t many votes separating our top contenders.
The list includes everyone who’s been shortlisted for an award – and you can vote for as many as you like (but only once).
As it stands as of 10am, Thursday 25 July 2019 EST, your top people’s choice leaders are:
- Samantha Hollier-James – oOh!media
- Jo Barton – Nine
- Aimee Buchanan – OMD Australia
- Flaminia Sapori – Cadreon
- Emma Metcalf – Verizon Media
- Sian Whitnall – OMD Australia
- Holly Gerard – oOh!media
- Melinda Cornford – Network 10
- Rachael Townsley – Quantcast
- Liz Baldwin – Network 10
The votes will be tallied up on the closing date – 2 August 2019 at 5pm (which is one week away, people!) – and one person will be crowned the winner.
What are you waiting for?
Call or text your friends, email your colleagues, tweet the PM, write handwritten cards – whatever you need to do to win that shiny trophy.
B&T Women in Media Awards, presented by Bauer Media, will be held on Friday 23 August at Doltone House – Jones Bay Wharf. And a friendly reminder that if you’ve been shortlisted, you must buy a ticket to the event.
And second most importantly, if not more importantly, thank you to all of our wonderful sponsors
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