RAB, BMI, MIW Complete Third Leadership Program
New York - Sep 8, 2010 - The Radio Advertising Bureau (RAB), in conjunction with BMI and the Mentoring and Inspiring Women (MIW) in Radio Group, has completed the third annual Rising through the Ranks, Women in Radio Management and Leadership Training Program for 2010. Twenty-five scholarships were presented for the 2010 Women in Radio Management and Leadership Training Program at the BMI offices in Nashville, Aug. 31 - Sept. 1.
Scholarship recipients were selected and awarded by the three organizations. The two-day course emphasized the specific needs of women in management roles, including enhancing their overall management knowledge and skills. Curriculum included practical and real-world applications that managers can now utilize in the workplace.
Since the BMI/RAB partnership began eight years ago, more than 200 BMI-funded scholarships for both FastStart Minority Program and the Rising Through The Ranks Workshop have been awarded. The RAB Radio Training Academy in Dallas and the Academy Off-Campus Extension Program offer a variety of sales and management courses at beginner and advanced levels.
This year's Rising Through the Ranks graduates include:
Amy Arnett, Treasure and Space Coast Radio
Linda Beaulieu, Clear Channel
Ana Bermudez, Bustos Media
Jackie Campbell, CBS Radio
Carrie Carano, Reno Radio Representatives KWNZ
Wendy Davis, Lincoln Financial Media
Darci Ewell, Citadel Broadcasting
Taja Graham, Emmis Communications
Jessica Hampton, GoodRadio.TV
Jennifer Heneghen, Columbia River Media Group
Gabrielle Higbie, KZYR/ KBTB/ ESPN 1230/ KBCR/ Cool Radio
Pamela Homan, Artistic Media Partners
Janet Jensen, Withers Broadcasting
Andrea Johnson, Clear Channel
Tifany Kayser, Maverick Media
Teresa La Rue, Bustos Media
Heather Loftis, KTLO-KCTT
Wendy Lynch, Forever Broadcasting
Valerie Miller, Entravision Communications Jennifer Morgan, Journal Broadcast Group
Jessica Rodriquez, Cumulus Media
Ashley Sanchez, CBS Radio
Jennifer Singer, Entercom
Allison Warren, Entercom
Keriann Worley, Clear Channel
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