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Thursday, July 27 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
A Leader and a Lady: Toppling the Media and Tech Patriarchy

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Being a woman leader in the media and tech industries presents its own challenges, celebrations, opportunities and insights. Back by popular demand: A panel of women leaders tell their stories and share some tips and tricks for how to pave your own way. This session is off the record.

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Emily Chow

Assignment Editor, The Washington Post
Emily Chow is the story team editor at the Washington Post. She leads a team building media-rich stories that integrate video, photography, audio and words in ways that break the typical article template mold. Previously, she built data visualizations and interactive graphics... Read More →

Speakers
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Jennifer Brandel

CEO & Co-Founder, Hearken
Jennifer Brandel is CEO and Co-founder of Hearken. Prior, she was an award-winning journalist for many years, and founded the public-powered experimental series WBEZ’s Curious City, in addition to filing for NPR, CBC, The New York Times and Vice. She’s the recipient of the Media... Read More →
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Mia Tramz

Time Inc.
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Lauren Williams

Executive Editor, Vox
Lauren Williams is the executive editor of Vox in Washington, DC, where she leads editorial operations in a rapidly growing newsroom. Previously, Lauren was a story editor at Mother Jones and the deputy editor of The Root. She started her career at the Daily Press, a newspaper based... Read More →


Thursday July 27, 2017 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Commonwealth Hall B

Attendees (47)