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Diva Dish: 20 Youngest Power Women

Jan 30, 2012   //   by Shayna D   //   Blog, Diva Dish Topics  //  No Comments

Another day, another list.  This time we’re highlighted Forbes Magazine’s “20 Youngest Power Women” for 2011.  The list includes the ladies leading in entertainment, business, government and finance.  Some of the power players are recognizable names (Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Sheryl Sandberg).  For the rest, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with these heavy weights at Twitter, Google, JP Morgan Chase, the World Bank and more.

Click below to check out the complete list…


Diva Dish: 10 Healthiest Cities for Women

Jan 22, 2012   //   by Shayna D   //   Blog, Diva Dish Topics  //  No Comments

Women’s Health Magazine recently published their annual list of “100 Healthiest Cities for Women”

Women’s Health’s research team compiled data on 38 measures of health and well being, including access to medical care, cancer rates, obesity rates and longevity. The team also looked at lifestyle factors — everything from nutrition to unemployment to happiness and fitness — by using survey responses from places like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. Census and the American Cancer Society. Once they established an overall health score, each city was ranked. (Huffington Post)

Find out the top 10 healthiest cities after the jump….


Diva Dish: Hollywood Reporter Names Power 100 Women in Entertainment

Dec 7, 2011   //   by Shayna D   //   Blog, Diva Dish Topics, Inspiration  //  No Comments

The Hollywood Reporter released its 20th annual Power 100 list of Women in Entertainment:

1. Anne Sweeney, president, Disney/ABC Television Group 

2. Amy Pascal, co-chairman, Sony Pictures Entertainment
2. Bonnie Hammer, chairman of NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment
4. Abbe Raven, president and CEO of A&E Television Networks
5. Dana Walden, chairman of 20th Century Fox Television
6. Stacey Snider, co-chairman and CEO at Dreamworks
7. Nina Tassler, president of CBS Entertainment
8. Donna Langley, co-chairman of Universal Pictures
9. Nancy Dubuc, president of History and Lifetime Networks
10. Sue Kroll, president of worldwide marketing at Warner Bros. Pictures

For the Full Power 100 list, click HERE


Also check out 13 Female Power Players Who Rule the World 

Source: Hollywood Reporter

Diva Dish: Billboard Names Top 40 Women in Music

Dec 2, 2011   //   by Shayna D   //   Blog, Diva Dish Topics  //  No Comments

Billboard recently released their annual list of the Top 40 Women in Music


“Billboard’s Women in Music feature in our Power Players series recognizes the female executives who drive our business forward with vision, dedication and hard work. This list reads like a roster of the top people in the music business who happen to be women. The range of their achievements-at labels or publishing companies, in touring or TV, in digital or branding, and elsewhere-reflects the overall impact of all the women in our industry.”

No. 1 – Julie Greenwald (Chairman/CEO, Atlantic Records)
No. 2 – Jody Gerson (Co-president, Sony/ATV Music Publishing)
No. 3 – Kathy Willard (Executive VP/CFO, Live Nation Entertainment)
No. 4 – Livia Tortella (Co-president/COO, Warner Bros. Records)
No. 5 – Alexandra Patsavas (Owner, Chop Shop Music Group)
No. 6 – Amanda Marks (Global head of digital accounts, Universal Music Group)
No. 7 – Debra Lee (Chairman/CEO, BET Networks)
No. 8 – Brenda Romano (President of promotion, Interscope Geffen A&M Records)
No. 9 – Sharon Dastur (PD, WHTZ New York, Clear Channel Radio)
No. 10 – Melissa Lonner (NBC News senior entertainment producer, NBCUniversal)


Diva Dish: 10 Most Powerful Women in Media

Nov 27, 2011   //   by Shayna D   //   Blog, Diva Dish Topics, Inspiration  //  No Comments

According to, these are the most powerful women in the media industry based on their influence in old, new and social media.

Jill Abramson (Executive Editor, New York Times)

Oprah Winfrey (CEO, OWN)