"The Ceslie Show" guests Kay Koplovitz, Suzanne Braun Levine
KAY KOPLOVITZ, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF LIZ CLAIBORNE INC., FOUNDER AND FORMER CHAIRMAN AND CEO OF USA NETWORK, CHAIRMAN AND CEO OF KOPLOVITZ AND COMPANY AND FORMER PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTEE TO CHAIR OF THE NATIONAL WOMENs BUSINESS COUNCIL. SUZANNE BRAUN LEVINE, AUTHOR OF FIFTY IS THE NEW FIFTY: TEN LIFE LESSONS FOR WOMEN IN SECOND ADULTHOOD, AND INVENTING THE REST OF OUR LIVES: WOMEN IN SECOND ADULTHOOD, AND OTHER WORKS OF NON-FICTION, INCLUDING CO-AUTHOR OF AN ORAL HISTORY OF BELLA ABZUG IN 2007, AND FIRST EDITOR OF MS. MAGAZINE, AND THE EDITOR OF THE COLUMBIA JOURNALISM REVIEW.
Kay Koplovitz, Founder and Former Chairman & CEO of USA Network, Co-Founder of Springboard Enterprises Organization, Chairman of the Board of Liz Claiborne Inc. Chairman & CEO of Koplovitz & Company and Former Presidential Appointee to Chair of the National Women’s Business Council (1998-2000). Public Speaker and Author of Bold Women, Big Ideas, Learning to Play the High Risk Entrepreneurial Game (2002).
SUZANNE BRAUN LEVINE
Suzanne Braun Levine, author of FIFTY IS THE NEW FIFTY: Ten Life Lessons for Women in Second Adulthood, is the author of Inventing the Rest of Our Lives: Women in Second Adulthood, and other works of non-fiction, including co-author of an oral history of Bella Abzug in 2007. Levine was the first editor of Ms. magazine, and the editor of The Columbia Journalism Review. She produced the Peabody-Award-winning documentary, "She's Nobody's Baby: A History of American Women in the Twentieth Century." An authority on women and family issues, she is a Contributing Editor to More magazine, lectures widely and is frequently interviewed in the media, including Oprah, Good Morning America, Charlie Rose, Today and NPR. She lives in New York.
This episode of "The Ceslie Show" originally broadcast live on 08.11.09