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    Kelly Cutrone speaks her mind {@peoplesrev}

    Wednesday, Oct 12, 2011 Kelly Fletcher

    We've expressed our admiration for the fabulous Kelly Cutrone here on the Her Voice blog in the past and a recent article in Advertising Age magazine only further supports our claim that she is amazing! Kelly is getting ready to join the panel of judges for the upcoming season of America's Next Top Model, taking over for Andre Leon Talley, who is leaving the show.

    Topics:
    women in leadership, Kelly Cutrone, empowered women

    The Girls’ Club Plays a Role in Marketing to Women

    Tuesday, Jul 26, 2011 Kelly Fletcher

    Professional networking groups have been a popular tool for business growth for many years now, but the number of these types of groups that are specifically for women is definitely on the rise. These groups, born from the desire to help women learn from each other while building their businesses and careers, owe their popularity to the growing progress of women in the business world.

    Topics:
    women in leadership, Knoxville News Sentinel, professional networking, Marketing to Women, empowered women, Something to Sing About!, Smart Thoughts

    She's SO Empowered: Jill Abramson

    Thursday, Jun 2, 2011 Kelly Fletcher

    We’re all about celebrating strong, empowered women and who better embodies that phrase than the newly appointed editor of the New York Times, Jill Abramson. She is a former investigative reporter and has served as managing editor since 2003. A born and raised New Yorker, she likened growing up with a Times subscription to being a religion.

    Topics:
    women in leadership, strong women, She's SO Empowered, Jill Abramson, NY Times

    She's SO Empowered: Ursula Burns

    Thursday, Feb 24, 2011 Kelly Fletcher

    Ursula Burns is not only the first African-American woman to have been named C.E.O. of a major American Corporation, but she is also the first woman to succeed another woman as head of a company of this size. The company happens to be Xerox, whose name has been established as an everyday verb. Burns began as an intern with the company and over the last 30 years has worked her way up the ranks. When all the fuss was made about her new position, she enjoyed it at first, but quickly turned her attention to the task at hand, steering Xerox to become “more fearless and frank,” but describing one aspect of the corporate culture as “terminal niceness.”

    Topics:
    women in leadership, Fortune 500 Company, Xerox, She's SO Empowered, female CEO, Ursula Burns

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