The 2010 WICT Leadership Conference, held from September 13-14, 2010, was a tremendous success, with record participation from women in cable around the country. This event helped hundreds of attendees to focus on The Business of Leadership and take their careers to the next level.
Suze Orman, Keynote speaker at the 2010 WICT Leadership Conference
Pictured (l to r): Terri Thompson, SVP, Executive Search, Carlsen Resources, Inc.; Jill Smart, Chief Human Resources Officer, Accenture; Esther Weinberg, Founder & CEO, MindLight Group, Inc.; Margaret Lazo, EVP, Human Resources, NBC Universal Television Entertainment; Nomi Bergman, President, Bright House Networks
"If I can only attend one event a year, I choose the WICT Leadership Conference. It never fails to renew my mind and spirit and further connect me to the industry." - Kimberly Hicks, Project Manager, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
"The 2010 WICT Leadership Conference truly embraced the philosophy of developing and supporting powerful and passionate women leaders in the cable and telecommunications industry. Thank you." - Melissa Sokban, Integration Manager, Commercial Operations, Time Warner Cable
Pictured (l to r): Janet Barnard, SVP & General Manager, Cox Communications; Joan Gillman, EVP & President, Media Sales, Time Warner Cable
"I leave every WICT event that I've ever done feeling energized and empowered as a female in our industry, never more so than with the 2010 WICT Leadership Conference. Great experience!" - Lisa Frisbie, Director of Operations, Affiliate Marketing, Scripps Networks
The Touchstones Luncheon was held in conjunction with the WICT Leadership Conference in New York City on September 13, 2010. The event drew hundreds as many were eager to hear more about how they could drive their own success. WICT also honored Veronica Sheehan as the 2010 Woman to Watch and Brooke Johnson as the 2010 Woman of the Year. Also in attendance were Rachael Ray of the Food Network and Ruby Gettinger of the Style Network.
Veronica Sheehan, Senior Vice President of Network Operations, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
Pictured (l to r): Rachael Ray, Food Network; Brooke Johnson, President, Food Network