SPEAKER: "A WOMAN'S PLACE IN 2019"
Beverly is an acclaimed speaker and visionary advocate for women's history, empowerment, leadership, issues and news coverage. She has spoken on TV and at colleges, women's organizations, corporate and career conferences and Women's History Month programs in pubic schools and government agencies. Beverly's passion is to inspire women to advance and achieve success and parity. She believes it is important for women to share and recognize each other's accomplishments and to create an influential support network. A successful corporate and
nonprofit executive, Beverly combines personal experience with first-hand observations on the progress of women from modern history up to today.
She has been the inspiring keynote speaker at Women's History Month programs at the NYC Commission on the Status of Women and the U.S. Department of Labor, Small Business Administration and Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C. The National Women's Studies Assn. invited her to speak at its national conference. Corporate sponsored events include Eckerd Women's Conference and Merrill Lynch.
Mentoring young women is a priority and passion for Beverly. She has been a motivational speaker at Barnard College and Emory University and professional career conferences. A source for national media, her interviews include PBS, CNN, TW New York One, Fox5 News and WOR. She is a Women's Media Center SheSource expert.
Beverly writes and speaks about every aspect of women's lives and the progress of women in every profession, from architecture to zoology. She meticulously monitors and reports on the coverage of women and issues in the media -- or its absence. Food & Wine Editor In Chief Dana Cowin recognized Beverly for influencing the publication of its first all-women issue in 2015.
Beverly has served as lively keynote speaker, panel moderator, discussion leader and interviewer. She delivers current, topical insights on the issues impacting women and how history impacts the issues.
Columbia Journalism School | Women in Media Society