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MIW Group Executive Committee Welcomes New Members


The Mentoring & Inspiring Women in Radio (MIW) Group
The Mentoring & Inspiring Women in Radio (MIW) Group

The Mentoring & Inspiring Women in Radio (MIW) Group announces the addition of four new members to the MIW Group Executive Committee. Listed alphabetically, these radio broadcasting professionals include Entravision Senior Vice President & General Manager Angie Balderas, VKB Media Consulting Principal Valerie Blackburn, Reno Media Group Vice President & General Manager Tricia Gallenbeck and Neuhoff Media President/CEO Beth Neuhoff.

MIW Group National Spokeswoman Denyse Mesnik said, "Seasoned radio pros, these accomplished ladies bring expertise in a variety of areas, years of experience in leadership and well-earned reputations as some of the best in the business. They are perfect additions to the MIW Executive Committee and, not surprisingly, they've already hit the ground running on behalf of the MIWs."

She added, "We also extend heartfelt thanks to two good friends and long-term MIW colleagues transitioning off of the Executive Committee, Beasley Media Group Chief Communications Officer (MIW Spokeswoman from 2008-2014) Heidi Raphael and Beasley Media Group Vice President Digital Marketing Jennifer Williams. They leave with our immense gratitude for many years of dedication and service to the MIWs."

These newest individuals join existing MIW Executive Committee members, listed alphabetically: Entercom Vice President National Agency Partnerships & National Sales Manager Lindsay Adams, The Dr. Laura Program Senior Vice President Programming & Operations Corinne Baldassano, Radio Advertising Bureau Presient/CEO Erica Farber, Audiobook Narrator Mary Beth Garber, Geller Media International President Valerie Geller, Entercom Senior Vice President Sales Acceleration Sheila Kirby, The Mesnik Group President Denyse Mesnik, Olin & Associates Principal Kay Olin and Presslaff Interactive Revenue Founder & Enterprise Sales Leader Second Street Media Ruth Presslaff.

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