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Her story has become history. Trying to survive in the male-dominated hip-hop industry, Kim Osorio excelled when she became the first ever and only female editor-in-chief of The Source magazine.
Kristen Ashburn's photographs bring us face-to-face with real people in desperate circumstances. Taking us to the intimate spaces of her subjects -- the victims of war, disaster, epidemic -- she elicits the sublime sadness and resolve of human beings in suffering.
Lakshmi Pratury is the co-host of TEDIndia 2009, host of The INK Conference and founder of Ixoraa Media, whose mission is to strengthen the ties between United States and India through sponsored corporate, cultural, and media events.
After wholly revamping the Bravo Network, media trendsetter Lauren Zalaznick is inventing fresh ways for NBC Universal to reach coveted new audiences across multiple media.
The newspaper industry may be crumbling. But Mark Briggs -- the former editor of interactive news at The Tacoma News Tribune -- sees opportunity in that disruption.
Author, "Seven Days to Working Well"; Transformative speaker on leadership, stress, diversity, sales, motivation, & media relations; CEO of Courtney Consulting
If his career began and ended with "I [heart] N Y," Milton Glaser would still be a legend. But over his multi-decade career, his body of work is sprinkled with similarly iconic images and logos.
When you book Mo Stegall, your audience will leave informed, inspired, ignited, and authorized to take control of their destiny with practical takeaways to excel in business and life.
Rachel Botsman writes and speaks on the power of collaboration and sharing through network technologies, and on how it will transform business, consumerism and the way we live.
Randye Kaye is the author of "Ben Behind His Voices", a memoir of her experience with the onset of her son's schizophrenia, and the hopeful road to recovery. Randye also offers improv and public speaking workshops and gives an insider view on advertising in the media.
Rebecca MacKinnon looks at issues of privacy, free expression and governance (or lack of) in the digital networks, platforms and services on which we are all increasingly dependent.
Combat operations, covert action, clandestine intelligence missions, Rick Francona brings over twenty-five years of political-military experience in the Middle East to his analysis of the challenges for American foreign policy in this volatile yet critical region.
Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy makes documentary films. She's the founder of the Citizens Archive of Pakistan, dedicated to preserving Pakistan's history.
Sherry Bebitch Jeffe, Ph.D., is Senior Fellow, School of Policy, Planning and Development at the University of Southern California and the political analyst for KNBC, Los Angeles.
As one of the only executives to have managed every type of major entertainment company including music, entertainment software, film and television, Strauss Zelnick is a leading expert in the media industry.
Susan Dentzer is an on-air correspondent with PBS' "The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer," where she leads a unit dedicated to providing in-depth coverage of health care,health policy and Social Security reform.
With a large-format camera and a knack for talking her way into forbidden zones, Taryn Simon photographs portions of the American infrastructure inaccessible to its inhabitants.
Emmy award winning journalist, Valerie Coleman Morris is a former Business Anchor for CNN domestic and CNN international. In her latter years at CNN Morris reported primarily on Personal Finance issues with a daily segment called 'Smart Assets'.
Called a breakthrough in daytime, by The New York Times, Wendy Williams burst onto the national talk show scene in July 2009 with the launch of her daily, syndicated program,