19 Feb February 19, 2014 – No Strings w WSJ’s Joanne Lipman & Radio Pioneer Michael Dresser
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Joanne Lipman – Journalist and Co-author of Strings Attached: One Tough Teacher and the Gift of Great Expectations – Highlight Here
Joanne Lipman is an unparalleled resume! She was the founding Editor-in-Chief of Conde Nast Portfolio magazine and the Deputy Managing Editor of The Wall Street Journal, the first woman in that position. Coverage she supervised earned three Pulitzer prizes. Joanne is appears on CNN, CNBC, CBS and other outlets. Along with co-author, Melanie Kupchynsky, her new book, Strings Attached: One Tough Teacher and the Gift of Great Expectations, tells about her childhood teacher and the incredible impact a great teach can make!
Michael Dresser is a pioneer in the development of talk radio. Starting in Fairbanks, Michael began on a Saturday night at 10:00 pm, reading from a script. He threw away the script, and now 30,000 interviews later, Michael is one of the industry leaders. On his show, The Michael Dresser show, he is well known for getting to the heart of the issue at hand. As the former owner of many successful businesses, Michael now devotes his time to his show and helping others be great on the radio.