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June 6 2019Los Angeles, CAUnited States
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Women in Media creates a platform for empowering women within the Industry!

Leading executives provided insight into how they have earnt their success, the challenges they face and the innovative process & strategies they implement.

The event focus is simple: Each speaker shares their INCREDIBLE story and our community walk away inspired with actionable tactics and strategies they can implement into their own working lives.



Lindsay Miller

Deputy Editor at POPSUGAR
Lindsay Miller is an award-winning journalist and editor currently serving as deputy editor of POPSUGAR. In her role, she guides content and strategy across the brand's social, editorial, and video platforms, in categories from pop-culture to politics.

With more than a decade in journalism, Lindsay has broadcast live from the Oscars red carpet, covered the Cannes Film Festival, and interviewed the top celebrities and thought-leaders of our time. She has provided expert commentary for the Associated Press, BBC, GMA, and TODAY, and is a frequent guest on CBS’s Emmy-winning series The Talk.

Previously, Lindsay was an associate correspondent at E!, breaking news on high-profile stories including the death of Michael Jackson and the Bling Ring. She has worked as an editor at Reader's Digest, a style reporter for AOL, and written for magazines including Wall*paper, Nylon, and LA Weekly. Lindsay holds a BA in print journalism and a masters in professional nonfiction writing — both from the University of Southern California — and is working on her first novel.

Nzinga Blake

Executive Producer, Group Video Projects at Tribune Media
Passionate storyteller that lives at the intersection of entertainment, social impact, and cause marketing with a specialty in capturing multicultural & underrepresented voices. As the daughter of a Sierra Leonean former UN official, cabinet minister, and international scholar, she spent a majority of her childhood in Japan, Kenya, and the US. Nzinga attended the University of California Los Angeles, where she graduated with highest honors from the prestigious school of Film, Television and Digital Media.

Award-winning talent, producer/ storyteller with over 10 years of experience creating content on multimedia platforms. Unique professional experience stems from years of working with several production companies, networks, global organizations and social impact companies including: Tribune Media, ABC, CW, Cartoon Network, Current TV, Showtime, BET, CBS Affiliate Network 10 in Australia, TV Guide, For Good Entertainment, Causecast, Emergency USA, the United Nations International Labour Organization and Tribune Media.

After graduating from UCLA, Nzinga became one of the first live humans to be seen on Cartoon Network, where she co-hosted the popular show “Fridays.” She would go onto becoming a host, writer, producer and voice-over talent on Al Gore’s former Emmy award-winning network Current TV. She also worked as a correspondent for BET, TV Guide and the Australian primetime talk show “The 7pm Project,” on Network 10. In 2012 Nzinga hosted a show entitled “Culture Click”

Kelly Howard

CEO at EightSixtySouth
An accomplished & passionate public relations professional and strategist, Kelly Howard is the CEO of EightSixtySouth, a strategic communications agency operating between Los Angeles and New York. Having served as Post+Beam’s West Coast Director for several years, Kelly acquired the company in October 2016 and has since led the company through a full rebrand - introducing the new EightSixtySouth in 2017.

Kelly is a member of the PR Couture Council, a contributor to, a member of the Forbes Los Angeles Small Business Council and was named “Communicator of the Year” during PR Couture’s 2018 Bespoke Communication Awards. She has spoken and conducted sessions at WWDMagic, Simply Stylist, BOSS Talks, NerdyGirl Academy and at her alma mater, Iowa State University, and has been featured in New York Magazine, BondTwenty, IdeaMensch, Mavenly, Bri+Co, Business Insider, HerCampus and Buzzfeed, among others.
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