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Women In Film LA Holds "Career Rehab" Seminar

 

WOMEN NEWS, MINORITY NEWS, DISCRIMINATION, DIVERSITY, FEMALE, UNDERREPRESENTED, EQUALITY, GENDER BIAS, EQUALITY

LOS ANGELES - Women In Film, Los Angeles (WIF) has announced the First Annual Women In Film Career Rehab, a day-long workshop designed to answer the tough questions behind how to achieve success in Hollywood. Hosted by Career Rehab Co-Chairs Madelyn Hammond (President, Madelyn Hammond & Associates/Former Chief Marketing Officer, Variety; named Hollywood's Job Whisperer by Nikki Finke) and Pamela Rodi (EVP, Marketing & Publicity, Myriad Pictures/Entertainment Industry Liaison, FIDM), the workshop is open to people of all levels who are looking to find a job or make a change and will feature career related panels and discussion groups with industry professionals. 

The event takes place Sunday, January 23rd from 8am - 5pm, at Salon Studio in Los Angeles.  


Expert guest speakers will include:
Carla Mathis - Co-Founder & President, Body Beautiful 
Cherie Crane - SVP, Media & Research, CBS Films 
Cheryl Boone-Isaacs - President, CBI Enterprises/former President of Marketing, New Line Cinema 
Cheryl Brooks - Social Media & Digital Consultant 
Chris Oliver - Film & Television Food Stylist 
Corey Nathan - Principal, Nathan, McDowell & Rose Executive Search 
David Couper - Career Coach & Author, "Outsider on the Inside" 
Dr. Miriam Reiss - Founder, Wisdom Coaching 
Elaine Perliss - Hypnotherapist/former Paramount & Sony executive 
Gary Shapiro - Consultant/former SVP Marketing, Sony Pictures 
Gayle Nachlis - Executive Director, Women In Film 
Iris Grossman - Talent Agent, ICM/former President, Women In Film 
Ivy Kagan-Bierman - Partner, Loeb & Loeb, LLP 
Jamie Geller - VP, Kenn Viselman Presents/former SVP Publicity, MGM 
Jane Fleming - President Emeritus, WIF/Partner, Amber Entertainment 
Judith Parker Harris - Author, Producer, Entrepreneur 
Lisa Gewirtz - Singer-Songwriter/former entertainment marketing executive 
Marion Rosenberg, O.B.E. - Producer & Manager/Executive Producer, "Revolutionary Road" 
Risa Bramon Garcia - Film Director 
Tracy Strann - Director, External Affairs, The Grammy Museum 

Sessions will cover topics including Humiliation, Betrayal and Shame, Speed Pitching, How to Brand Yourself, Unusual Jobs to Consider, The Biggest Interview Mistakes and To Hell and Back (how to pull yourself back up after hitting bottom).


STORY TAGS: WOMEN NEWS, MINORITY NEWS, DISCRIMINATION, DIVERSITY, FEMALE, UNDERREPRESENTED, EQUALITY, GENDER BIAS, EQUALITY



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