Sisters In Media, a new organization geared to inspire and encourage young women of color to pursue careers in media, is partnering with Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications to bring you WOMEN ON THE MOVE. Our panelists include Tai Beauchamp (The Tai Life), Tracy G (Sway In the Morning), Danielle M. Brown (Time Inc.) and Lilly Workneh (Black Voices, The Huffington Post) as our moderator. Attendees are welcome to engage with these specially invited guests ranging from radio personalities, magazine editors, journalists and media executives. The discussion will explore topics on race in media, career development, networking and the evolution of the industry, followed by a Q&A session.
From the trending hashtag Black Women at Work to the success of black women in media, this panel event will open up the conversation of the challenges women of color may endure in the industry and the hurdles they've overcomed.
Sisters In Media:
Sisters In Media (SM) is an organization for minority women in the media profession. The purpose of SM is to increase the presence of women of color in entertainment while making valuable contributions to the industry and society at large. The organization is committed to the belief that diverse women should be presented with more industry connections and offered more opportunities to develop a career in media.
Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse of Public Communications:
The S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications is the communications school at Syracuse University. It has programs in print and broadcast journalism; graphic design; advertising; public relations; and television and film.