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Marion E. Gold's  

MARION  E. GOLD has a distinguished history of communications, publishing and marketing excellence—with specific expertise in women’s advocacy and health care issues. Her articles on marketing, diversity, and women in the workforce appear in marketing trade journals, and national newspapers and magazines. She served on the Boards of the Arizona Women’s Town Hall and the National Association of Women Business Owners, Phoenix Metropolitan Chapter; the Advisory Board of the National Women’s History Museum (Washington, DC); and on the Public Policy Council of the National Association for Female Executives. She is on the Boards of the Illinois Woman’s Press Association, Soroptimist International of the Americas (Chicago Club), and on the Board of Judges for THE GLOBALS International Competition Healthcare Communications sponsored by The New York Festivals.

Following her successful career as one of the few women to break through the “glass ceiling” Corporate America, Marion has spent the past six years providing community outreach and publicity services to a variety of organizations in the community service and women’s advocacy arenas. She was named the Year 2000 Communicator of Achievement by the Illinois Woman’s Press Association, which cited her service to the community, and her achievements as an editorial writer, publicist, and book author. Marion has been featured in Working Woman magazine, the Soroptimist of the Americas," and was named by Today's Chicago Woman to their list of 100 Women Making a Difference.

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