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Elaine Welteroth

Michael Campanaro @ 2024-06-13 13:32:49 -0400

Elaine Welteroth’s career easily unfolds into an incredible list of accomplishments: at 29 years old she was named the Editor-in-Chief of Teen Vogue, later she became a New York Times best-selling author with her memoir More Than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are (No Matter What They Say), she then joined Project Runway as a judge, earned writing credits for hit TV shows, hosted some of the biggest red carpets in the world, launched a column in the Washington Post, among so much more. If you ask her about it, her work—the highlight reel and beyond is mostly by...

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau

Michael Campanaro @ 2024-06-13 13:32:18 -0400

In her debut book, Closer Together: Knowing Ourselves, Loving Each Other, available April 23, 2024, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau provides readers with an intimate look at the events that have shaped her life—for better or worse. And, in turn, she invites them to examine their own. As the spouse to the Prime Minister of Canada, Trudeau’s work has already found itself on some of the biggest platforms in the world. Now, with over 20 years of experience in the mental health, emotional literacy, and gender equality advocacy space, she takes a communal approach to her book. The former TV and radio...

Anjali Sud

Michael Campanaro @ 2024-06-13 13:31:42 -0400

From an early age, Anjali Sud had an understanding that good business was more than a title, paycheck, or prestige. It was about impact. Growing up in Flint, Michigan, she saw firsthand how businesses impact the economic opportunities and livelihoods of their communities—the effects of which can be felt for generations. This led her on a path of ambition, seeking roles where she could learn the most, eventually to the CEO position at Vimeo at 33 years old. And just last year, Sud left the company, where she’d been for nine years prior, to take on a new role brimming...

Errin Haines

Michael Campanaro @ 2024-06-13 13:31:07 -0400

In a highly consequential election year, Errin Haines believes that bringing identity—hers and the electorate at large—to work is paramount for reporting. As the Editor-at-Large of The 19th*, her work is essentially a first draft of modern history, specifically from the POV of those whose narratives have often been left out. Because, as history, and Haines, can attest, many legacy media establishments haven’t put these perspectives at the fore.Haines’ career as a journalist spanned across The Associated Press, The Los Angeles Times, The Orlando Sentinel, and The Washington Post, before joining independent publication The 19th* in January 2020. From its...

Liz Hart

Michael Campanaro @ 2024-06-13 13:30:32 -0400

“It is rehearsal day, I hope you like Usher,” Liz Hart tells us when we chat over Zoom. It’s a little over a week before Super Bowl Sunday, and she’s overseeing the special projects department of the live Halftime Show—a role, in years past, has found her troubleshooting flying platforms, launching drone sculptures, and organizing audience stunts in 60,000-person stadiums. The Usher performance marks the seventh Halftime Show she’s helped come to life and follows just weeks after she was a producer on the Golden Globes. It seems we may have caught Hart in her busiest season, but really, she’s...

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