It's your time to shine! We love these tips on prepping for a TV interview. Find out how to get camera ready here.
Video reigns supreme in the marketing world. Here's how you can make it work for your business: Videos on social media sites generate 1200% more shares than text and images! Learn more about using it for your business here. Share your favorite video marketing campaigns in the comments!
Women continue to be snubbed by the Oscars, even as their films prove more profitable. While films with female stars are on average 33% more profitable than male-led movies, "just 28% of films nominated for an Oscar since 2013 have had an actress taking top billing."
We're expecting more actresses to wear female designers this year. With the #TimesUp movement at the helm of change on the red carpet, we are hoping that women will finally be asked about their careers rather than just their clothes, but many actresses are getting political with their
Fan favorite Wonder Woman receives no Academy Award nominations. The female-directed superhero movie starring Gal Gadot was not nominated for an Oscar this year. In addition to being a celebration of female power and strength, "Wonder Woman is the highest domestic grossing film of 2017 to receive
It's no secret that Hollywood has a long way to go, but women are rising together instead of alone. The Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film reported, "Films with at least one female director employed greater percentages of women working as writers,
On Stage and On Screen Libby Gill is a former TV Executive (Sony, Turner, and others), published author, and an executive coach focused on change management and working with emerging and established leaders, primarily in Fortune 500 companies. She appears on stage at conferences, speaking about leading
Title IX: What you need to know about the laws that changed the game for women. Title IX states that, “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to
What is it like to be a part of the 4% of female NFL agents? In short, challenging. In 2005 Kristin Kuliga, president and CEO of K Sports and Entertainment, was the only female agent working with active NFL players. After being told she would never