Sunday, February 3, 2008

Sunday, February 17th - Big Day

On Sunday, February 17th the New York Times Business section will have a review of "Seducing the Boys Club" and I will be appearing on "CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood" to talk about women in business. More about that after the taping this Wednesday.

7 comments:

g said...

Nina, I just finished reading your book after spotting it by chance in a bookstore a day and half ago. Great job! I am a 30 year old female working my way up in the tv/film industry. While there are many women in this line of work, I happen to be in the Grip (sometimes Electric) Department. I'm sure you know from working on actual productions, we move a lot of heavy stuff around all day long. There is way more to it than that (which is why I love it), but since lugging is part of the job, it is mainly men (boys) that I work with. Needless to say, I deeply identify with your book. It was refreshing to hear so many things you discussed I don't even know where to begin. I highly recommend it to men and women alike who enjoy a quick, amusing, insightful read about the dynamics of women and men in the workplace and, in general, really. As crazy as they drive me, I do also love the men I've been lucky enough to learn from and work with so far. So, thanks for the fun read, congratulations on your success, and good luck to all the women out there trying to make to the top.

Anonymous said...

Nina, I saw you on the CBS show yesterday and boy! were you good. I think it was awesome that Trump was on the same segment as you. You were the star attraction and trump and the other guy played supporting roles.

Thanks for being the voice for all of us women!!!

MFC said...

I think Trump's comments in the Sunday Morning piece were condescending and showed a lack of awareness. In fact, he was the perfect foil - a great example of why you needed to write this book!

(AND...your hair looked better than his did!)

Anonymous said...

Interesting.

Anonymous said...

Interesting.

Anonymous said...

Interesting.

Anonymous said...

interesting.