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WYSK Profile: Jennifer Jones & Cynthia Hornig

Video Profile of Women You Should Know, the digital brand founded by entrepreneurial mavens Jennifer Jones and Cynthia Hornig in September 2011 that delivers an original and refreshing look at the many exceptional, everyday women all around us who have outperformed, innovated, discovered, defied and soared. The blog based site is designed for and about dynamic women, covering their drive and passion, their interesting stories and professional talents, what they care about, what they consume and how they live....

WYSK Profile: Vera Sweeney

Video and written profile of blogosphere bigwig, Vera Sweeney. This suburban New York wife and mom of two is the Founder of I'm Not Obsessed Inc., an online media conglomerate that includes three popular web media properties: I'm Not Obsessed, Lady and the Blog, Babyrazzi. She is also the Co-Founder of the online property Getting Gorgeous Events....
Jennifer Siebel Newsom

Miss Representation

Jennifer Siebel Newsom's documentary Miss Representation premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. The film uncovers how American mainstream media's limited and disparaging portrayals of women are spoon feeding yet another generation of America's youth the unfortunate concept that a woman's primary value lay in her youth, beauty and sexuality - and not in her capacity as a leader....

WYSK Profile: Marion Fasel

Marion Fasel is a leading jewelry and watch expert and historian. She has covered high-end luxury jewelry, mass-market brands and the engagement ring and wedding jewelry categories for InStyle since launching the award winning coverage for the magazine in 1996. Marion has also co-authored five books....
The Mighty Macs Movie Poster

She Dared To Dream. They Dared To Believe.

THE MIGHTY MACS, which opened last Friday, October 21st, is a film based on the incredible true story of the 1971-72 Immaculata College basketball team, the original Cinderella story in women's basketball. Coach Cathy Rush, a pioneer in women's sports, led the underdog team to three consecutive Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) National titles from 1972-1974. ...