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Coffee Break w/ NYWICI is a career-oriented podcast featuring casual conversations with compelling women who work within the communications industry. Host and career expert Julie Hochheiser Ilkovich chats with successful, passionate women in various roles at different stages in their careers. During these conversations, Julie asks guests to share thoughts and experiences on universal career topics, such as mastering the job interview, managing up, workplace fashion, personal finances, entrep ...
 
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Jackie Fields has a dream job. As the senior style and beauty editor at People magazine, she gets to interview celebs, attend big events (such as the launch of Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty), and get the inside scoop on all the latest trends. Naturally, we were thrilled to have her on the podcast! After sharing her passion for ice coffee all year round, J…
 
Missed our Ladies Who Laugh event? We’ve got you covered. The hilarious annual event may have gone virtual this year, but emcee Nicky Sunshine and comedians Jackie Fabulous, Negin Farsad, and Liz Simons still had us cracking up in our living rooms with jokes about quarantine self-care, growing up in the ‘90s, politics, and more. Plus, you’ll “meet”…
 
Just in time for the upcoming presidential election, we spoke with Rachel Dry, the deputy politics editor for enterprise at The New York Times. In this fun conversation between two good friends, Rachel talks to Julie about the pandemic’s effect on political engagement, how booking guests for NPR made her a better journalist, and why this election w…
 
From working at non-profits to starting her own communications business, Timi Lewis has made a career out of helping others. Now the founder and principal of Lewis Media Company, she’s full of essential advice for entrepreneurs, which she shares in this episode of the podcast. Plus, tune in to hear her talk about working in public policy, serving o…
 
Johnita Due is making the workplace more welcoming to everyone. As senior vice president and chief diversity and inclusion officer at WarnerMedia News and Sports, she’s focused on building an organization where all employees can feel free to be their true selves. In episode 38 of the Coffee Break w/NYWICI podcast, Johnita chatted about how she got …
 
Sally Susman (executive vice president and chief corporate affairs officer at Pfizer) and Lisa Sherman (president and chief executive officer of the Ad Council) have been friends for more than three decades. They’ve sought each other’s professional advice countless times—and it’s made a huge difference in their careers. On episode 37 of Coffee Brea…
 
Are you thinking about starting a podcast? You won’t want to miss this episode! Recorded live at a New York University panel event, host Julie Hochheiser Ilkovich spoke with go-getter college students who have launched their own inspiring and informative podcasts: Kelly Drake (Theatre-in-the-Sound), Jordan Marley Powell and Anuka Sethi (WOC Makin’ …
 
From the White House to the Oxygen network, Jeanine Liburd’s career path has led her to a variety of fascinating places. Jeanine—now the chief social impact and communications officer for BET Networks—prefers Earl Grey tea over coffee, but she’s still ready to spill all the details in this episode. She talks about her networking strategies, how she…
 
On this episode of the podcast, we're tackling a topic that's top of mind for so many women: how to pivot in your career. To really dig into this topic, we spoke with New York Women in Communications board members Georgia Galanoudis, Executive Vice President of Media at HIMSS, and Leslie Pitterson, Vice President of Communications, Global Media at …
 
Start the new year off right with can’t-miss advice from Ann Mack, director of business solutions, global business marketing at Facebook. In this episode, she talks about her early days working in journalism (starting at the very beginning with a paper route and later working as a crime reporter), making the big move to New York City for a job, tra…
 
For this special mini-episode of the podcast, we checked in with the five hilarious comedians who participated in NYWICI’s Ladies Who Laugh event: Katina Corrao, Samantha Ruddy, Maysoon Zayid, Alison Leiby, and Atheer Yacoub. This funny group of hard working women talked side hustles, work-life balance, and the importance of confidence, especially …
 
After more than 10 years in podcasting, Kristen Meinzer has a lot of incredible career advice that applies for anyone who wants to get started in that or any industry! She currently co-hosts By the Book, a comedic reality show/self-help podcast with a feminist spin—and her inspiring new book, So You Want to Start a Podcast, is out now. On Episode 3…
 
Whether or not you work in advertising, you won’t want to miss this panel of powerhouse women who have crashed through glass ceilings to become the leaders of their industry! Recorded live at our Original Fearless Girls of Advertising event, this discussion is moderated by Cindi Leive (former editor-in-chief of Self and Glamour) and features Shelly…
 
Marisa Bardach Ramel has worn many different hats over the course of her career, including magazine editor, career advice guru, and published author -- and luckily for us, she’s willing to share insights from all her different roles. After breaking down her love of low-key bodega coffee, she goes in-depth about writing and publishing The Goodbye Di…
 
For episode 28, we bring you to a live event featuring Beth Comstock, former vice chair of General Electric, author of Imagine It Forward, and 2016 NYWICI Matrix winner. This self-described “troublemaker” shares valuable advice and personal anecdotes during her discussion with Jacki Kelley, president and chief client officer at Dentsu Aegis Network…
 
In this episode we are sharing NYWICI’s incredible Power of the Pack event, featuring Shelley Zalis, CEO of The Female Quotient and Meredith Levien, Chief Operating Officer at The New York Times, in conversation with NYWICI president Judith Harrison. The panel explored how women can promote gender equality in the workplace, rejecting the idea that …
 
On episode 26, we tackle listeners’ tough money questions with Sharon Epperson, senior personal finance correspondent at CNBC. After giving us the scoop on her go-to coffee order, Sharon chats about working in a multimedia role, how her job has changed over the years, and the importance of having a ready-to-go elevator pitch. Then, she weighs in on…
 
Students, listen up! We’ve got all the tips and tricks you need to rack up those crucial scholarship awards. Recorded live at our Student Career Conference, this panel discussion features Leslie Hunt (Director of Graduate Programs, The Weissman School of Arts and Science at Baruch College), Sarah Lynch (member of the NYWICI Student Affairs Committe…
 
Did you miss the WiCi Awards? No worries—we’ve got your ticket in this episode of the podcast! Our team recorded the event (which was emceed by our very own host, Julie Hochheiser Ilkovich), which celebrates the career achievements of rising stars in communications. This year’s winners (and panelists) included Lisa Tobin (Executive Producer for Aud…
 
Throughout Kim Kelleher’s remarkable career, she’s held a wide variety of fascinating jobs, even leaving the publishing industry twice to work at startups. After dishing on her deep love for coffee, she shares what she’s learned from her unique experiences, including the differences between a boss and a mentor, why service industry experience is va…
 
Dia Simms has had an extraordinary career, from the Department of Defense, to radio and pharmaceutical sales, to her current position as President of Combs Enterprises (a company led by music legend Sean “Diddy” Combs). After a bit of coffee talk (sharing her java preferences and her own experience working at a coffee shop), Dia shares amazing care…
 
Hillary Klein has had an incredible career in PR, and it is evolving and getting more exciting every year. After more than a decade of working at PR agencies, she has spent the last two years as Head of Strategy and Operations for Public Affairs at WeWork. A self-described storyteller, she dishes on her coffee preferences, WeWork’s massive growth, …
 
Kate White, author of The Gutsy Girl Handbook: Your Manifesto for Success and former editor-in-chief at Cosmopolitan, is an iconic figure in the magazine and book publishing industries. After chatting about her extreme caffeine habits, she gives candid advice about side hustles, fashion investments, jumping into new jobs, time management, and seeki…
 
In this episode, we chat with NYWICI’s incoming president, Judith Harrison. Judith is the Senior Vice President, Diversity & Inclusion at Weber Shandwick, a job that was created just for her. She discusses her career path, her passion for (and the importance of) diversity in the workplace, valuing self-care in today’s hectic world, and, of course, …
 
In episode 18, we chat with Allison Murphy, Vice President, Ad Innovation at The New York Times. After sharing her favorite coffee order, she walks us through her career path so far, touching on business school, switching industries, finding a mentor, and even open seating plans. Bonus: Her must-hear career advice will help you keep calm through an…
 
And we’re back with more from the New York Women in Communications Student Career Conference! Our team headed to New York University to attend the conference and interview some of the accomplished speakers and panelists that participated in the event. In this episode, we chat with Kelle Jacob (Global Marketing Manager for Victoria Beckham Estée Lau…
 
Live from the New York Women in Communications Student Career Conference, it's a very special episode of Coffee Break w/ NYWICI! Our team headed to New York University to attend the conference and interview some of the accomplished speakers and panelists that participated in the event. Tune in for this special episode that features interviews with …
 
In the first episode of season two, we catch up with Lindsey Weber, freelance writer and co-host of the podcast Who? Weekly. After chatting about the coffee she can’t live without, Lindsey discusses her tips for going freelance, why keeping in touch with your network is so important, and her love of celebrity news. She also shares her own podcastin…
 
In our final episode of the season, Jennifer Owens, Editor of Spring.St, shares her insight into launching an online publication in a new market. Jennifer discusses how she made the jump from traditional media to a startup media company, and opens up about setting boundaries at work. As the founding director of the Working Mother Research Institute…
 
In this special episode of the podcast, we’re bringing you inside a recent NYWICI Cocktails & Conversations event featuring Arianna Huffington, CEO of Thrive Global, founder of The Huffington Post, and author of 15 books, including, most recently, Thrive and The Sleep Revolution. Recorded live at Bloomberg’s NYC offices, this conversation between A…
 
Neha Gandhi has many important roles at Refinery29 and she shares all of the amazing advice, tips, and experiences that helped her get there with Coffee Break w/ NYWICI.In this episode, Neha discusses why she thinks she started her career at a disadvantage (and why she wouldn’t have had it any other way), how she got into digital media during a tim…
 
Claire Wasserman takes a coffee break with NYWICI to discuss her organization Ladies Get Paid, which is empowering women to start the conversation about money in the workplace. Claire candidly discusses topics that she has learned women are often uncomfortable talking about, including revealing how much money you’re making (and what you want to be …
 
In Episode 10, Ann Shoket, author of The Big Life, shares takeaways and stories from her first job in journalism and her work as the editor-in-chief of Seventeen magazine. Ann knows firsthand the importance of building a network in an authentic way. She offers her advice for landing your dream job, even if you encounter some rejection along the way…
 
Marissa Ronca has had an incredible career in TV. On this episode, she shares how she navigated through her unique career path by taking risks and asking about new opportunities. Marissa and Julie discuss the importance of self-awareness in the workplace, how to manage a side project while having a full-time job, and why it’s important to not take …
 
Join us for episode 8 as journalist and author Julie Pennell shares a behind-the-scenes look at what it took to write, publish, and release her first novel, The Young Wives Club. Julie shares her unexpected path to journalism, how mentors have impacted her career, and the Robert Pattinson encounter she had while on the job! Plus, Julie explains why…
 
Liz Perle had such amazing career advice for the NYWICI Career Conference episode that we couldn’t fit it all in! So, we created this bonus episode to share everything she had to say. In this episode, Liz chats about her unique career journey in the teen media world and actionable tips on how to get a raise. Plus, Julie and Liz discuss how career p…
 
On our first episode of the new year, Julie talks with Liz Kaplow, Founder & CEO of Kaplow Communications, a top public relations firm that has been recognized as Consumer Agency of The Year. Liz shares some of the many lessons she's learned since launching her company 25 years ago, and explains how embracing "over-communication" has shaped her bus…
 
Live from the New York Women in Communications Student Career Conference, it’s a special edition ofCoffee Break w/ NYWICI! On this episode, Julie interviews five inspiring women at the conference. This episode features advice from Liz Perle (Digital Strategy & Consulting, Teen Trends & Tech), Jennifer Falk (Senior Marketing Analyst, Global Content …
 
This episode features an interview with Megan Hess, Mobile and Emerging Platforms Editor at Bloomberg LP. Megan gives listeners a step-by-step guide to negotiating a raise, shares tips and sample scripts for tactfully transitioning to the next step in your career (including details on how to start that conversation with your boss), and explains why…
 
In Episode 3, Julie chats with Taylor Strecker, host of the morning show Wake Up With Taylor on SiriusXM radio. Taylor opens up about how she decides when to take on (and turn down) opportunities, her tips for building and managing a team that's actually fun to work with, and her story of being lucky, "but being prepared for when the luck hit."…
 
On this episode, Amy Odell, the Editor of Cosmopolitan.com and Director of Editorial Strategy for RedbookMag.com, chats with Julie about how to find success and the reason why she says, “You can’t wait around for things to happen to you.” Plus, the veteran fashion writer shares her insider tips for how to dress for work!…
 
Grab a latte (or your coffee drink of choice) and tune into the premiere of Coffee Break w/ NYWICI, featuring guest Saundra Thomas, Vice President of Community Affairs at WABC-TV. Host Julie Hochheiser Ilkovich chats with Saundra about staying centered at work and finding fulfillment in our career (even if you don't love your job).…
 
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