I’ve had a few one and two-year stints at various jobs and have found myself explaining why when I applied for other roles in the past.

I’ve often felt like it was the reason I was initially overlooked for a job, and there’s much more to me than the tenure of each role on my

In this Women Who Wow profile, get to know Ruth Morayniss, the Client Relations and Business Development Manager at Beard Winter LLP in Toronto.

I met Ruth last summer during the pandemic when I first started the Women Who Wow community. LinkedIn brought us together, and I’m very grateful for that. I was hosting weekly zoom meetings for women like me who felt isolated and needed some encouragement that we weren’t alone. We forged relationships and bonds with each other during that time, and I am especially grateful to Ruth for her candor and contributions to our community then – it’s so great to see how much we’ve all changed as there begins to be an end in sight to the pandemic.

Learn more about her in this profile.
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How much responsibility do you have to share content that is produced by your company/firm? Absolutely none.

I see a lot of people who feel that they have to share posts made by their firms but you need to make sure these posts align with your personal brand and values.

I’ll give you an example.

I am so excited to feature the next woman who wows – Purvi Sanghvi – because I have worked with her directly and know she is truly a trailblazer, an advocate for other women, a leader in her field and all-around awesome person.

Purvi is the Director of Strategic Pricing at global law firm Paul Hastings. She is responsible for creating the platform upon which pricing strategies are implemented across the firm globally. Her team oversees pricing management, develops and analyzes alternative fee arrangements, and creates budgets for complex client matters.

She is responsible for pricing strategies for the firm’s top clients, often interacting with them directly as another face of the relationship. In all of these responsibilities, she works closely with firm clients and partners to develop innovative, efficient and results-oriented solutions.

Purvi has been involved in the creation of law firm pricing strategies since 2007 and has been on the forefront of shaping how they service the legal industry.

She is a founder and board member of the Legal Value Network and a board member and fellow of the College of Law Practice Management.

Learn more about Purvi .

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I am so excited to present this free webinar on April 9 at 12pm ET on how to use LinkedIn effectively with Frank Ramos (who is LinkedIn famous as far as lawyers go) on how business professionals at any stage of their careers – particularly those in the legal field – can use LinkedIn to

For a long time I tried to dim my light in hopes it would make another woman at work feel more comfortable. She always questioned me and marginalized me. One day she told me there was only room for one of us.

It didn’t work. Because I couldn’t help being me. Something about me rubbed

As the Director of Marketing for the largest CPA firm in Albany, Teal, Becker and Chiaramonte CPAs, Ali Anechiarico oversees and implements all marketing initiatives designed to grow the TBC brand and expand the reach of the firm’s portfolio of accounting, tax and advisory services.

Prior to joining TBC, Ali oversaw all marketing initiatives for a leading intellectual property law firm in Albany. She has extensive experience with professional services marketing including event planning, email marketing, advertising, branding and business development.

Ali has volunteered for many organizations and is currently President-Elect for the American Marketing Association Capital Region and on the Advisory Committee for CPAmerica.

Ali and I met several years ago through the Legal Marketing Association. She was part of the Upstate NY chapter and let’s just say there weren’t many people in it so she was looking for more people to engage with and more people to bounce ideas off of especially since she was a solo marketer. We immediately hit it off, and I was so happy to be a mentor of sorts to her. We were able to finally meet in person at a local event in New York City and then spent more time together at an LMA National Conference. I’m so glad our paths crossed.

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Karen Gamba is the Co-Founder and CMO of the ExV Agency, a minority woman and LGBTQIA+ owned digital production company that focuses on short-term marketing strategies, online fundraising and socially impactful visibility initiatives for non-profits, Fortune 500 companies and small businesses.

Karen is also the co-founder and executive director of Women Building Women, a nonprofit organization that supports transgender women of color, women of color who have been previously incarcerated (returning citizens) and women professionals who work with at-risk male youth through professional mentorship, entrepreneurial leadership and educational programs, that allow these individuals access to promising career and business opportunities with built in networks of senior women executives.

She was nominated to be a woman who wows by Nina McCann – learn more about her.

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Learn more about Nina McCann in this Women Who Wow profile. Nina is a marketing, public relations and business development professional with nearly 20 years of experience in the professional services environment.

Currently, she is the Director of Marketing for NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation), a national alternative dispute resolution provider. Her in-house roles at professional services firms have included overseeing marketing at a national accounting firm (Citrin Cooperman) and regional and global law firms (Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP, Nixon Peabody LLP and Fried Frank LLP).

Nina started her career as a publicist for a NYC not-for-profit organization, Victim Services, Inc. where she acted as a bilingual spokesperson, resulting in media coverage in The New York Times, Daily News, Newsday and El Diario.

Nina has contributed to numerous industry articles, participated in panel discussions and has been featured on the radio discussing marketing, public relations and media. She is a member of the Hispanic Public Relations Association – New York Chapter and a former Board member of the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. She was honored by the L.I. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce with its Director of the Year award, Long Island Business News legal marketing award and named a 2021 Power Women in Long Island by the Herald Community newspaper publications.

Learn more about why Nina is a woman who wows.

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