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Saturday, August 3 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Represent!: Rise Up: Becoming A Media Boss As A Woman of Color

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Rise Up: Becoming a Media Boss as a Woman of Color, Panel, Overlook East
Nonwhite women leaders in media, arts and entertainment talk about the challenges of being taken seriously and taking on leadership roles in the context of gender and race, diversity as a second job, strategies for surviving in the workplace and more.
  • Condace Pressley, Director of Community and Public Affairs, Cox Media Group @condo29
    Pressley is a proven leader and award-winning journalist with decades of experience in broadcasting and community service. In her current role, Condace Pressley leads CMG Atlanta's community efforts across media platforms including WSB TV, the Atlanta Journal Constitution and CMG Atlanta's four radio stations. She is a 2019 inductee to the Georgia Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame; a 2016 career achievement inductee into the Georgia Radio Hall of Fame; a 2016 graduate of Leadership Atlanta; and a Centennial class honoree of The University of Georgia's Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication.

  • Jovita Moore, Anchor, Channel 2 Action News @jovitamoore
    Moore is an Emmy award-winning journalist who anchors the 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts on WSB-TV. Her previous stations include WMC-TV in Memphis, Tenn. and KFSM in Fayetteville and Fort Smith, Ark. She is a member of Leadership Atlanta's Class of 2007, a member of Outstanding Atlanta's Class of 2004, and was featured on the 2007 list of 40 Under 40 by Georgia Trend Magazine, and was selected as one of Jezebel Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful.
  • Sue Suh, Chief People Officer for TIME
    Sue Suh is thrilled to serve as the first Chief People Officer for TIME, and her recent career also spans philanthropy (The Rockefeller Foundation) and public service (U.S. Departments of State and Defense). Sue is a relentless optimist and passionate about the power of media, education, the performing arts and sports to effect transformational change. She currently sits on the Board of Advisors for Columbia Journalism School’s Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Business and Economics and represents TIME on the Emma Bowen Foundation’s National Advisory Council and HR Advisory Board. She also serves on the Boards of the Classical Theatre of Harlem and Special Olympics Asia Pacific, and recently served on the Board of the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation among several others. Sue absolutely loved Princeton University (Politics BA) and Columbia University (Political Science MA), and was grateful to earn a Fulbright award to South Korea and a Presidential Management Fellowship with the U.S. federal government. She can’t wait to meet you here!

  • Mary Cavallaro, Chief Broadcast Officer
    Mary E. Cavallaro is the Chief Broadcast Officer for the SAG-AFTRA News & Broadcast Department. Cavallaro is responsible for overseeing the negotiation and administration of more than 250 labor agreements between SAG-AFTRA and network and local broadcast employers nationwide.

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Saturday August 3, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm EDT
Overlook East