WEV Founder, Author to be Honored June 5 at Women in Communications Luncheon

Monday, May 13, 2013
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Admission to the luncheon is $45 for AWC-SB members and $60 for non-members. For more information on AWC, see

Mistress of ceremonies will be KCLU radio station General Manager Mary Olson. An original poem crafted for the event by Perie Longo Ph.D, AWC-SB poet laureate, will be read.

Marsha Bailey
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Marsha Bailey

Bailey started Women’s Economic Ventures, or WEV, in Santa Barbara 22 years ago to help women and men start of accelerate their enterprises with training and financial loans. The nonprofit organization now also serves entrepreneurs in Ventura County.

South Coast-based author Sharp is the author of “Blood Medicine,” currently being developed into a feature film by New Regency, and “Mr. & Mrs. Hollywood” and is a former business writer at the Santa Barbara News-Press.

Past winners include co-founder Lynda Weinman, TV anchorwoman Paula Lopez and newspaper columnist Starshine Roshell.

The Association for Women in Communication recognizes the complex relationships that exist across communications disciplines. Modern communicators must demonstrate competence in varied disciplines and be able to network and make career moves across the broad spectrum of communications fields.

Disciplines represented within the association include: print and broadcast journalism; television and radio production; film; advertising, public relations and marketing; graphic design, multi-media design and photography. The list is continually growing as the profession expands into the newer media.


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Kathleen Sharp's books are wonderful. We're really lucky to have the opportunity to see her speak locally since she travels all over the country talking about her books.

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May 20, 2013 at 8:26 p.m. (Suggest removal)

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