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From experiences of her own successful career, political analyst Dee Dee Myers examines the problems that women face who are in influential positions and other leadership roles. She challenges her spectators to imagine a near future in which growing numbers of females reach the top positions of business, academia, science and politics. Sharing the period from her occupancy in the Clinton administration as well as her work as a media commentator, former consultant to The West Wing of NBC and political analyst, Dee Dee Myers evaluated the fundamental but neglected strengths that female leaders bring. This inspirational lady is going to speak publically at the Theatre for the Performing Arts in Worcester on February 27th, 2014. The venue is known for hosting such motivating and encouraging public speaking events that witness huge attendance. Dee Dee Myers tickets to the seminar are selling at reasonable prices and if you want to attend it, then buy them now.
Dee Dee Myers was the first female and the second youngest person as the White House Press Secretary. She was in the position from 1993 to 1994. After leaving the position, Dee Dee co-hosted Equal Time; news program on CNBC. She also served as a consultant on The West Wing. In 2010, The Glover Park Group appointed Myers as its public affairs' managing director. The political career of Dee Dee Myers started shortly after she graduated from college. She was hired as a field representative for California State Senator Art Torres. She has been associated with many political campaigns and was a spokesperson for the presidential bid of Michael Dukakis in 1988 and in 1990, Dianne Feinstein's California gubernatorial campaign.
In 1991, Dee Dee Myers joined the presidential campaign team of Bill Clinton. Dee Dee Meyers was named the first White House Press Secretary of Clinton in 1992. She is a critically acclaimed personality and has been praised and recognized for her patience and humor by Detroit Free Press. Apart from serving as the President's secretary, Myers has also hosted shows and appeared opposite Mary Matalin and Bay Buchanan. She made guest appearances on other TV programs such as Charlie Rose, ABC's Nightline and The Today Show. Writer Aaron Sorkin hired Myers to serve as a script advisor and consultant on The West Wing in 1999.
Besides being a political personality, Dee Dee Myers is also an accomplished writer and has written Why Women Should Rule The World, which was chosen as the New York Times best-selling book in 2008. In her book Myers argues that, "Women tend to be better communicators, better listeners, better at forming consensus". Additionally, she illustrates that in an increasingly fractious and highly competitive world, women have those serious problem-solving skills that are immediately needed to build understanding, create the best setting for peace and break down barriers. In the book, Myers discusses her own experiences of leadership and position in the White House. Many other publications such as Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The New York Times, O: the Oprah Magazine, The Huffington Post and Time have also included her writings. Myers has also spoken at various events on subjects like politics, media and women's issues.
Dee Dee Myers is a terrific speaker especially when she's addressing a live gathering. Those who have attended her sessions call Dee Dee an audience pleaser. Her upcoming lecture is going to be just as wonderful and inspirational as her previous ones and with rapid selling of Dee Dee Myers tickets, massive gathering can be expected.