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Published on: February 16, 2018
Conversation and Cocktail Reception with award-winning journalist, editor and author Tina Brown, and Indigo’s CEO Heather Reisman in support of Women’s Brain Health Initiative.
Tina told stories from about the inner workings during her eight-year tenure at Vanity Fair, her journey to the top as a woman in a male-dominated media industry, her scoops on Hollywood and A-list celebrities, and her personal life with her husband and two children.
This event was held November 27, 2017 in Toronto.
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