Review of New York Women in Communications

Page reviewed 2013-09-19



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Top 5 Posts by New York Women in Communications

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2013-09-05 1237086 10151551154251557 2074666463 s We are so excited by the caliber of speakers we have lined up for... 5 1 1
2013-09-11 1231674 10151561814391557 1747324247 s Photos thanks to Jan Goldstoff 8 0 0
2013-09-16 Safe image.php?d=aqbmjvgonkldohkg&w=154&h=154& nywici rem 4 2 Congratulations Kendra Bracken-Ferguson on earning a WiCi Award for your... 4 1 0
2013-09-10 Safe image.php?d=aqcmz7lsnl23ivk2&w=154&h=154& work tuly love A little inspiration after this morning's C & C panel: Women in ... 4 1 0
2013-09-16 Safe image.php?d=aqcmvjj 5t5bwvcr&w=154&h=154& content%2fuploads%2f2013%2f09%2f130913 leave work on time 275x275 We’re a funny breed. We’re well aware that working long hours has been... 1 0 1

Unanswered Posts by Others - New York Women in Communications

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2013-08-22 Good morning! I'm researching a blog post for Aloud about communicat... 0
2013-08-19 Grateful shout out to fellow NYWICI member, Deanna Utroske for interviewing for a Digital Book... 0
2013-07-25 I just finished my annual camp visits and meetings with directors. It is also heart warming to... 0
2013-07-24 DKC PR & Integrated Marketing is looking for college students with a... 0