The next woman who wows is Dallas-based Deborah McMurray, the founder and CEO of strategy, design, content and technology agency Content Pilot.

There are so many great things I want to say about Deborah. She is kind, smart, witty, funny, elegant, wise and humble. We were introduced through mutual friends in the legal

Melanie Lippman is a New York-based image consultant and personal stylist. She works with attorneys to stop the stress and overwhelm of getting dressed that holds women back from achieving next-level visibility. She defines their personal brand style in a way that makes clients instantly recognizable, memorable and seen as a leader.⁣ Melanie feels that when you are confident about how you present yourself, you can show up and conquer anything the day brings.

I found Melanie on LinkedIn and thought her posts were terrific. I highly recommend that you connect with her there. Also check out her web site. Learn more about Melanie and her career path.

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Each day is a great opportunity to learn something new and to challenge yourself.

For example, I never thought I could be a published author, but I loved to write. I now write articles all the time for major publications, and I have a blog. I had to believe in myself, ask others for advice,

My good friend Kristyn Brophy contributed this great piece to the blog. You should follow her!

Do you remember going to conferences and in-person events pre-pandemic? You would walk into the room, greet the individuals working the registration table, and they would search through a sea of little paper rectangles to find your name tag.

Please join me on Wednesday, July 15 at 1pm ET for a free virtual program on LinkedIn and personal branding best practices for business professionals who are currently looking for a job.

You’ll learn how to rework your LinkedIn profile to appeal to recruiters, how to optimize LinkedIn for your job search, how to build

LinkedIn is a great job search platform. If you’re looking for a new job, you can let recruiters and your network on LinkedIn know you’re open to new job opportunities right from your profile.

If you specify the types of job opportunities in which you’re interested and your preferred location, LinkedIn will help your profile show up in search results when recruiters look for suitable job candidates.

To protect your privacy, LinkedIn takes steps to prevent LinkedIn Recruiter users who work at your company and related companies from seeing your shared career interests, but LinkedIn can’t guarantee complete privacy.

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I will be offering another virtual program on Wednesday, May 27 at 1pm ET to raise money for Feeding America, a nonprofit helping those who need food most right now. (A recorded on-demand option is also available – just note that in the comments on the registration form.)

The program will focus on how

The next Woman Who Wows is Emily Witt, a managing director at boutique legal search and matchmaking firm Whistler Partners in NYC. Emily spent almost 15 years in the recruiting department at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz.

Emily is also a fully certified comprehensive Pilates instructor. She combines her love of recruiting with helping people physically. One of her first placements in legal recruiting was one of her Pilates clients.  Learn more about her classes – she’s currently teaching online too. And read her Q&A below.

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