Panelists visit Rider to explore media's portrayal of women
Hilary Beard is an award-winning writer, author, editor and book collaborator.
The Women’s Center and the Office of Multicultural Affairs will host “The ‘Miss’ Interpretation of Women — How The Media Portrays Women,” a free Women’s History Month Media Panel on Thursday, March 27, in Daly’s Mercer Room at 7 p.m.
Three panel speakers will highlight the discussion: Hilary Beard, Tawanna Coleman and Aliya Crawford.
Beard is an award-winning writer, author, editor and book collaborator, specializing in health and wellness, self-help, parenting, psychology, spirituality, life and career transitions, and transformational memoirs. She has written for numerous magazines, including Dr. Phil, Essence, Ebony, Health, Heart & Soul, Plum and POZ.
Coleman is a writer, publicist, event planner and brand marketer. She has worked for Sean “P. Diddy” Combs and Queen Latifah.
Crawford is the senior vice president at W&W Public Relations. Her clients include Patti LaBelle, Alicia Keys, Rasheed Wallace, Bow Wow, Ciara, Kelly Rowland and others.
For more information about the event, contact Amber Henley at 609-896-7052 or firstname.lastname@example.org.