The Green Meetings Industry Council's Sustainable Meetings Foundation Announces New Chairman and Board of Trustees
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Mark S. Andrew, CMP, CHA, regional vice president and general manager, Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown has been appointed chairman for the Green Meeting Industry Council Sustainable Meetings Foundation (GMIF) along with its 2013-2014 Board of Trustees for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.
Author of Cinderella to CEO and partner of Broussard Global, Cary Broussard, has been appointed to the Board of Trustees for the 2nd consecutive year.
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Women Business Leaders Named to 2012-2013 WIPP Education Foundation Board of Directors
WASHINGTON, D.C. (AUGUST, 2012) - Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP), the nation's largest nonpartisan women's business group, announces the Board of Directors for the WIPP Education Foundation. Those chosen to serve are prominent women business leaders from across the country with strong track records of success both in business as well as in advocacy.
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NYC Women to Lead Business Delegation to Japan
October 12, 2011 (New York, NY) – Women from around the world will gather in Tokyo, Japan on October 28 for the GOLD conference (Global Organization for Leadership and Diversity). Two New York-based women entrepreneurs will lead a U.S. delegation of business leaders when they travel to Tokyo this month to carry the message of recovery through connection and collaboration as Japan heals from its 3-11 catastrophe, much like America's 9-11.
Leslie Grossman, founder of Women’s Leadership Exchange, and NYU Professor Cary Broussard, and author, From Cinderella to CEO, both speakers at the conference, have been invited to emphasize the benefits of collaboration in global business and to highlight the unique parallels between New York and Japan for a better world. Read entire story.
Cinderella CEO Forms Student Advisory Board
Students at New York University’s Tisch Center for Hospitality Tourism and Sports Management are gaining an edge in the job market by rounding out their resumes and supplementing the traditional internship by serving on real world business advisory boards. I am very fortunate to have a 10 member intern advisory board that advises me on my brand, my books and my website. I mentor the students and they mentor me. Read entire story.
Moving on Up
Luckily in today’s economic environment, it’s hip to make changes. Whether we like it or not, survive and thrive is a necessary mantra. I recently moved to the New York area after living in Texas for 17 years. Why New York, you may ask? Moving to Yankee country from Cowboy land (region as well as sports fan) is like waking up from a dream and saying, “damn, I didn’t realize I fell asleep here.” Read entire story.
Broussard Named Alliance for Women in Media President
Communications and Branding Executive to Lead Global Expansion
March 25, 2010 (McLean, VA) – The Alliance for Women In Media (formerly known as American Women in Radio and Television), today announced internationally recognized communications and branding expert and women’s advocate Cary J. Broussard as its new president, effective April 5.
Broussard joins the Alliance for Women in Media from Wyndham Hotel Group, where she served as vice president, communications, responsible for global communications and market positioning for one of the largest hotel companies in the world, with over 7,000 hotels and 11 brands. Broussard also served as senior vice president, women’s marketing and diversity for Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, where she launched “Women On Their Way”, a ground-breaking initiative that for the first time marketed a major hotel brand direct to women business travelers. Read entire story.
||Hotel Industry Veteran Named to Lead Wyndham Hotel Group Communications
PARSIPPANY, N.J. (Mar. 18, 2009) – Wyndham Hotel Group, the world’s largest franchisor of hotels, today announced the appointment of lodging industry communications veteran Cary Broussard as vice president of communications, responsible for the development and implementation of the business unit’s global external and internal communications strategy. Read entire story.
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“Cary is one of the great community builders in our industry,” said MacMillan. “Her commitment to collaboration and co-creation as a way to build remarkable brand experiences was years ahead of its time.”
Tips from an Expert: A Conversation with Marketing
Consultant Cary Jehl Broussard.
||Cinderella Book reviewed by Black MBA
The Sept/Oct. 2006 issue of Black MBA magazine reviews Cary's book in their Off the Shelf section.
||Diversity in Business Travel - New York Times
As the ranks of business travelers grow more diverse, companies are catering more to women, as well as minorities and gay travelers. By Michael T. Luongo.
Cary mingles with some familiar faces in the media at the Gracie Awards last year in Manhattan.
||Eyewitness News This Morning-WABC
Though we may have come a long way, women in the workplace still face
challenges that men simply do not. But with a little help, the challenges
can be overcome. Michelle Charlesworth has the story.
HSMAI Names 3rd
‘25 Most Extraordinary Sales & Marketing Minds in Hospitality & Travel’
||From Cinderella to CEO
New Book Makes Business Lessons for Women Easy, Accessible, and Fun by Drawing on Classic Fairy Tales.
Broussard on customers-focused company structure.
Reprinted from the Harvard Business Review.