Making Room For Female Voices
Six years ago women made up just 19% of all experts quoted in news articles and 37% of reporters telling the story. I know because I was...
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I don't teach people how to perform,
I help them find their unique voice.
When I was first starting out as a journalist Maggie was instrumental in helping me find my voice. I can't emphasize this enough -- I wouldn't be where I'm at without her. She bolstered me as I started appearing on air early in my career, and gave me valuable advice as I rose through the ranks at CNN, and then as I left to create my own media company and contribute to 60 Minutes+. She has always been an incredible sounding board, and helped me understand what made my voice unique. She encouraged me to be myself, and gave me specific feedback that I've carried with me over a decade of reporting. To this day, she is the person I call when I need real perspective, and someone to cut through the noise. She has shaped my career. When I look back at over a decade of tech reporting, and the wild ride it's been, I can almost hear Maggie's voice at the beginning of all of it saying:"you're on to something. Be specific. People want to know the details and your perspective. Don't shy away from it." She is truly one of the most special and gifted people I know. I'm lucky to have been one of the many people she's impacted.
Founder, Dot Dot Dot Media,
60 Minutes+ Correspondent