Advertising Women of New York

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Advertising Women of New York

An organization dedicated to promoting women in the advertising industry. It was established in 1912 and is the oldest organization of its type. It hosts approximately 35 training and networking events per year.
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Regionally, Awny will be supported by Murtadha Qambar, who has been promoted to Country Manager Bahrain and Ashraf Sharqawi, Country Manager Qatar.
In his new capacity, Awny will spearhead business development functions and oversee the CRM division of Rewards Management Middle East (RMMEL), the company that owns and operates the very successful Air Miles loyalty program in the Middle East.
It is quite an honor to be recognized by AWNY," said Chavez, who was among 16 women honored by the professional organization that has more than 1,600 members.
At the installation luncheon for new officers and Board members yesterday, incoming AWNY president Arlene Manos, told members, "AWNY recognizes that the definition of advertising today includes a wide range of channels by which messages reach a consumer.
AWNY was founded in 1912 as the first women's association in the communications industry.
Bloomberg marking October 4, 2012 as "Advertising Women of New York Day" and citing AWNY for its profound role in making "this city the best place for women in advertising and related fields to grow their careers.
AWNY will present a minimum of ten $10,000 awards to qualifying members at the organization's Centennial celebrations on October 4.
Founded in 1912 as the first women's association in the communications industry, AWNY now boasts a membership of more than 1,300 dynamic, influential women and men in the advertising, marketing, media, promotion and public relations fields.
As part of its partnership with AWNY, Duane Reade sold special $1 paper red-ribbon pinups in its stores between April 3rd and May 15th.
AWNY provides an opportunity for us to come together and affect positive change -- change that can reduce the number of infections in underserved communities, and change that will hopefully reduce the stigma and marginalization that people living with this disease continue to face.
In 2008, she was named a Media Maven by Advertising Age and Working Mother of the Year by AWNY.