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Wonder Women 2019

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A performance by Lady Peachena & The Late Show’s Gospel Choir kicked off the 2019 Multichannel News Wonder Women Luncheon, held March 20 at New York’s Marriott Marquis
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CBS This Morning anchor and event host Bianna Golodryga (l.) with honoree Jo Ann Ross, CBS president and chief advertising revenue officer. 
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Wonder Women honoree Margaret Lazo, chief human resources officer at Univision, takes a seat on the Game of Thrones Iron Throne.
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Honoree Madhu Goel Southworth, senior VP, legal and business affairs at AMC Networks, on the Marriott Marquis stage.
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Honoree Leigh Woisard of Cox Communications.
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Michelle Thornton Ghee, executive VP of business development at Endeavor, delivers her acceptance speech.
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NBCUniversal’s Melissa Tolchin on the red carpet. 
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Shelley Zalis, CEO, The Female Quotient and co-founder of #SeeHer. 
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Debra L. Lee, chairman and CEO emeritus of BET Networks and CEO of Leading Women Defined, was honored as 2019’s Woman of Influence. 
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Mary Schilling (l.), president of WICT New York, with 2019 WICT NY Career Catalyst Award winner Margaret Kim of iSTANDtv.
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Laura Lubrano (l.), ad director of B&C and Multichannel News, with Women to Watch Meade Cooper, Fox News; Nina L. Diaz, Viacom; Alexandra Jewett, Debmar-Mercury; Erin McIlvain, Crown Media; Pooja Midhja, true[x]; Nicolle Pangis, NCC Media; Erin Scanlon, Deloitte; and Lauren Wallace, T-Mobile. 
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Members of the 2019 class of Wonder Women (l to r.): Michelle Wilson, Madhu Goel Southworth, Leigh Woisard, Lori Fink, Michelle Thornton Ghee, Alison Overholt, Christine Whitaker, Jo Ann Ross, Woman of Influence honoree Debra L. Lee and Margaret Lazo. 
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Christine Whitaker, senior VP of Comcast Cable’s Keystone Region, accepts Wonder Women honors.