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Voting is Next to Impossible in the Women's Media Center Social Media Award

Want a moment of bursting with pride and inspiration at women in social media?  Want an example of a list that finally, finally shows some deep-seated diversity in all the right ways? Want to give yourself an impossible task?  Here’s your one-stop shopping: the public is invited to vote for one of the 27 bloggers and social media leaders nominated to win the 2011 The Women’s Media Center Social Media Award.

The list is rich with stunning leadership, true bright lights in the field. The winner will be honored at the Women’s Media Awards on November 30th in New York City.  According to WMC:

The Women’s Media Center works to make women and girls visible and powerful in the media. We do it by promoting women as subjects and decision-makers within the media, training women and girls so they are media-ready and media-savvy, exposing sexism in the media, and creating innovative new media and original content.

You can read a bit about each social media award nominee on the top of the voting page, and then scroll down to make your selection.  It is more than hard to pick one among all of these stand-outs.  Look at this line-up:

It’s a tough choice, but an entirely rewarding one, because you are bound to leave inspired and connected to amazing, visionaries.  At the bottom of your ballot, be sure to add yourself to the Women’s Media Center email list to learn more about their workshops and activism.

Have you voted yet?

 


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