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Pam Burke photoPAMELA BURKE:

FOUNDER/CURATOR/INTERVIEWER–I’ve been involved in media for many years ever since I started a neighborhood newspaper when I was 8-years-old. I’ve been a producer and/or executive for NBC; LIFETIME Cable Network; USA Network; USA TODAY–The Television Show; King World and CBS; A&E Cable Network; and DISCOVERY Planet Green.

I’ve also been a correspondent for www.womensenews.org.

TWITTER: @pburketv @thewomenseyeStacey Gualandi


CONTRIBUTOR/INTERVIEWER–Stacey and I worked together for several years in the television industry. Her most recent position was Las Vegas-based entertainment and news reporter at the ABC affiliate, KTNV Channel 13, where she won an Emmy in the Breaking/Spot News category for her story, “Candlelight Vigil Car Crash”.

Her credits include Inside Edition where she was a national correspondent, The TV Guide Network, Hallmark Channel, and Extra.

Stacey is now the host of “The Women’s Eye Radio Show” on 1480KPHX in Phoenix. The program also streams live on the internet each Saturday at 3P (MST), Sunday at 2PM.

Stacey’s Website

TWITTER: @staceygualandi

Stacey Gualandi and Roz Savage at 1480KPHX during TWE radio interview

Stacey Gualandi and Roz Savage at 1480KPHX during TWE radio interview


Cheryl  is known as the “Buzz Professor.” She has an extraordinary talent for internet design and teaches Online Marketing Tools and Choices for Authors: How to Build Your Author Platform;  Create Your Buzz Kicking Blog; Twitter Strategies for Authors:  An Author’s Secret Weapon and How to Get “Eyes” for Your Blog, Book or Website at Book Passage in Corte Madera, Ca.   I met Cheryl at her Twitter course and the rest is history.  She has worked tirelessly on the design of the TWE website.

TWITTER: @cherylmclaugh


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  1. Greetings from Idaho! I’m bored to tears at work so I decided to check out your blog on my iphone during lunch break. I enjoy the info you present here and can’t wait to take a look when I get home.
    I’m shocked at how quick your blog loaded on my phone .. I’m not even using WIFI, just 3G .

    . Anyways, awesome blog!

    • Thanks, Odessa. Glad you checked out our blog and even better that it loaded quickly on your phone. Hope you keep enjoying. Let us know any particular articles that you’d like to read or would like to see on the site.

      All the best, The TWE Team.

  2. Our name is so close that we should know about each other and our mission it to help save the world one woman at a time I love it! Plase talk a look at what we do with our Women-Eye TV on our website http://www.womeneye.org or on YouTub womeneye2 and rreeves2. Have a great day

  3. Please remove the #bringbackourgirls campaign image from your story about them. The photograph is mine. I didn’t authorize its use, and it is a misrepresentation of the girl in it, who is not Nigerian and not abducted. http://www.thewomenseye.com/2014/05/06/twe-photo-of-the-week-a-million-tweets-go-out-for-bringbackourgirls/

    You can read about why this is a problem in this interview I did with the New York Times on this matter. http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/05/08/the-real-story-about-the-wrong-photos-in-bringbackourgirls/?_php=true&_type=blogs&_r=0


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