In 2008, in conjunction with Congresswoman Diane Watson’s (D-CA) office, WICT held a public event on Capitol Hill to present research findings regarding pertinent women’s issues as reported by the 2007 PAR Initiative.
Congresswoman Diane Watson (D-CA), Chair of the Congressional Entertainment Industries Caucus, addresses the WICT on the Hill Panel and guests.
Leading executive women from companies earning a coveted spot on the 2007 Best Companies for Women in Cable lists provided insight on best practices from their company. The discussion covered PAR issues regarding Pay equity, Advancement opportunities and Resources for work/life support.
Pictured are (back row from left): Joan Gillman, Time Warner Cable; Kelly Regal, Turner Broadcasting System; Benita Fitzgerald Mosley, WICT; Jill Campbell, Cox Communications; Dorinda White, Rep Diane Watson’s office; Jennifer Dangar, Discovery Communications; Brooke Johnson, Food Network, Scripps Networks; Nomi Bergman, Bright House Networks; (front row from left): Kathleen Finch, DIY Network, Scripps Networks; and Grace Killelea, Comcast Cable.