6 of the Most Influential Young Women in Media and Tech Share Advice for the Next Generation

Swant, Marty
October 2016
Adweek;10/21/2016, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the 2016 Young Influentials awards event in New York that honors people who are making their mark on the worlds of media, marketing, entertainment and technology.


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