Member Beth Monicatti Blank, President of All Seasons Communications (ASC), is successfully leading her small business through the challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more...
Meet new member Deborah Schultz who is the creative force behind AWC Detroit's digital branding update in 2020. Deborah is an accomplished design entrepreneur and a real estate agent. She has a heart of gold in sharing her talents with non-profit organizations and groups.
Anne is a returning long-time AWC member who is an outstanding advocate in powering global women achievers to become leaders. She is an author, founder of POWERING UP WOMEN, LLC, currently hosts two podcasts and is the President of the Michigan chapter of the International Women’s Forum. She started her career as a trailblazing journalist who fought for women’s equality in front-line media roles.
Member Pat Anstett is demonstrating that "journalism is a skill for a lifetime" by returning from retirement as a medical reporter to write for national publications during this pandemic and hopefully beyond. Learn more about her recent COVID-19 reporting.
Jennifer is an HR Communications Manager in the medical industry, working toward completion of an advanced degree in Strategic Communications. Jennifer is an “energizer bunny” balancing her home, work, school and volunteer lives! She started out with AWC as a student member of Oakland University’s student chapter.
Jeanne Gerritsen, past President of AWC Detroit Sadly, Jeanne Gerritsen, 85, recently passed away. She was a woman business owner, NAWBO member, past President of the AWC Detroit chapter, Peace Corps volunteer, world traveler, student, poet, and painter. Jeanne was a long-time member of the Association of Women in Communications, starting in the 1960s, often
It’s one thing to see your name in lights, but your photo blown up and placed on a Manhattan skyscraper? Well, ask Molly MacDonald how it feels. Her photo was prominently displayed in lights this past December as a 2019 AARP® Purpose Prize® fellow. Molly was one of 9 AARP Purpose Prize fellows, an award
By Patricia Anstett Thousands of American girls have grown up wanting to be journalists because of Helen Thomas, a legendary dean of the White House Press Corps. Thomas, the long-time Washington, D.C. bureau chief for United Press International, a Detroiter, was a tough questioner, grilling presidents from John F. Kennedy through Barack Obama. “I