My next social lady is so amazing that she doesn’t even have to be on social media. Meet Lauren Banyar Reich, Head of LBR PR. She’s doing incredible things for women in the workplace and in general. Take a listen – she rocks!
So when I asked Ronnie Tucker who leads the marketing and communications department at New York Road Runners about her career path, she gave me quite a journey. It was a journey that was kind of like a marathon with lots of different stops and directions along the way and the path led her to exactly where she should be. Take a listen as to how New York Road Runners uses social media and how Ronnie found her perfect position.
Okay guys, get ready for a great interview. Today I talk to Jennifer Chico who leads the Experience Delivery Service area within Deloitte’s Marketing and Communications Group. She gives a lot of really interesting stories, both about her career with Deloitte and being pushed out of her comfort zone. She also talks about what Deloitte looks at when they’re looking at marketing their own services organization on social media.
One of my favorite things on All The Social Ladies is when I hear someone’s passion that starts on the side, and is able to be turned into a full-time career. I love the story from Lia Zneimer who works on the brand team at WeWork. She just started pinning on the side when she was at Scholastic out of pure passion for the brands that she was working on. Next thing she knew, she was working at WeWork in social media.
Sarena Bahad was living in New York City in her own apartment making a ton of money feeling really, really proud after having set these incredible success metrics for herself. And yet, she felt a greater calling. As a citizen of the world who speaks five languages, Sarena wanted to do more and be a passionate advocate for diversity in the tech industry. She then founded the Women in Tech channel on Snapchat and Instagram. You’ll hear all about it and how she is doing incredible work to help highlight brilliant women in our industry.