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12 Timeless Tips for Career Success

February 6th, 2018|0 Comments

Lillie Guyer, an award-winning writer, reporter and editor with more than 30 years’ experience in the communications field, shares her career tips that can be used at any stage of your work life.

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Nominations for Michigan Journalism Hall of Fame

December 15th, 2017|0 Comments

Freelance journalist and long-time AWC member Maureen McDonald has represented AWC Detroit on the Michigan Journalism Hall of Fame.

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Networking, Mentoring Essential to End Gender Disparities

October 13th, 2017|0 Comments

Excerpts from Pat Anstett's National Headliner acceptance speech on Sept. 19, 2017.

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Our Biggest Event of the Year: Matrix Detroit 2017

On Thursday, May 18, AWC Detroit spent an evening at Plum Hollow Country Club celebrating the extraordinary achievements of three outstanding women in communications. The nine-time Emmy Award Winning Senior Producer/ Host of “Michigan Matters” and Detroit Free Press columnist Carol Cain emceed the evening.

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Pam Houghton

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Houghton works in Marketing and Public Affairs for Lawrence Technological University, administrating print and digital advertising. She is a freelance feature and essay writer as well. Her work has appeared in local publications including MetroParent, Michigan Prime, Hour Media’s Health Guide, Detroit Jewish News, Crain’s Detroit (custom content division) and many others.

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