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Episode Info:  “For most of history, Anonymous was a woman.” – Virginia Woolf In this episode, Gloria welcomes to the show reporter and founding editor of Global Nation, Angilee Shah, and journalist and entrepreneur, Emily Gertz. Angilee and Emily discuss the 50 Women Can Change the World in Journalism initiative, as well as the Women Do News campaign. Both are aimed at raising visibility of women journalists and shining light on the great work women do. Gloria provides three helpful tips that listeners can take away from this episode as well as ways for women (and men) to get involved in these initiatives. This Take The Lead Women podcast is brought to you by Michael Stars, my favorite go-to site for stylish casual wear. Once I put on one of their yummy soft t-shirts, I don’t want to take it off! I especially love to shop there because Michael Stars CEO Suzanne Lerner leads the company’s philanthropy to support social justice causes like the Ms. Foundation, A Call To Men, and, of course, Take The Lead! Go to to see their irresistible clothing and use the promo code ‘LEAD10’ to receive 10% off just for Take The Lead listeners.Sign up here for the Take The Lead newsletter: more about Take The Lead’s Leadership Tools here: Resources and LinksPodcast: The Difference Between Ambition and Intention Feldt’s Website –   Gloria Feldt’s Twitter –  Gloria Feldt’s Instagram – The Lead Website – the Lead Twitter – the Lead Facebook – the Lead LinkedIn – The Lead Instagram – Women Can Change The World in Journalism Website – Up for 50 Women Can Change The World in Journalism – Gertz’s Website – Gertz’s Twitter – @ejgertz Gertz’s LinkedIn – Emily Gertz’s Instagram – @ejgertz Angilee’s Website –’s Twitter – @angshah’s Facebook –’s Instagram – @angileeshah Angilee’s LinkedIn –  Life Imitates Art: Geena Davis on how gender inequality on TV and in movies has a powerful impact on kids Wikimedia Fo...
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