Kristin Gilger and Julia Wallace will discuss the book. This is a private event.
Kristin Gilger and Julia Wallace are interviewed by Lauren Gilger, host of KJZZ’s The Show and Kristin’s daughter. They share their experiences as women leaders and offer advice to Cronkite students.
Julia Wallace will discuss the key findings from the book. Followed by a Q&A session and a book signing.
Kristin Gilger and Julia Wallace discuss the findings of their book with WBEZ staff.
This is a closed event.
Kristin Gilger and Julia Wallace discuss the findings of their book with Tribune Managing Editor Christine Taylor. Q & A to follow.
This is a closed event.
Women Leaders in Media -- A Frank Discussion: University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications
Julia Wallace discusses the findings of the book with Dean Diane McFarlin, a pioneering leader in the newspaper industry. Q & A to follow. Book signing after the event.
Kristin Gilger will give a presentation at the Women in Communication Leadership Forum, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. The annual leadership forum is for women in public relations who aspire to leadership roles.
For invited guests only.
Kristin Gilger and Julia Wallace will discuss the findings of the book. and the role of women leaders in media. The session will be moderated by Nicole Carroll, editor-in-chief, USA Today.
This is a private event.
Kristin Gilger and Julia Wallace join Judy Woodruff, anchor and managing editor of PBS NewsHour, and Wanda Lloyd, former editor of the Montgomery Advertiser, to discuss the challenges women have faced to rise to leadership positions in news organizations. They also offer advice for young women today.
Kristin Gilger and Julia Wallace what it takes for women to be successful today in media, based on their findings. Moderated by Kathy Best, director of the University of Maryland Howard Center.
Kristin Gilger and Julia Wallace join young women in journalism today and discuss challenges women leaders face and strategies to succeed. Sponsored by the School of Communication and the Women & Politics Institute. There is a reception following the program.
Kristin Gilger and Julia Wallace will discuss the findings of their book with Nancy Gibbs, director of the Shorenstein Center and former managing editor of Time magazine.
Women in Journalism Then and Now: What it Takes to Lead: Discussion with Vox's Melissa Bell and NBC's Rashida Jones
What does it take for women to make it to the top of a new organization and what happens to them when they get there? A new book, “There’s No Crying in Newsrooms: What Women Have Learned about What It Takes to Lead,” tells the stories of women who have led news organizations over the past 40 years and offers advice for today’s young women (and men) who aspire to be leaders. Co-authors Kristin Grady Gilger and Julia Wallace talk with two women featured in the book: Melissa Bell, publisher of Vox, and Rashida Jones, senior vice president, NBC News.
What We Wish We Knew When We Were in College: Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Solutions
Medill alum Julia Wallace and co-author Kristin Gilger discuss their new book and talk about what they wish they had known when they were in college. Signing following the event.
Julia Wallace is part of a panel discussion.
Sponsored by the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication