LHJ's Do Good Stamp Program
We launched the Ladies' Home Journal Do Good initiative to empower our LHJ community to help make the world a better place, one small act of kindness at a time. As part of that effort, we're thrilled to announce the Ladies' Home Journal Do Good Stamp! Each quarter, we'll award the Ladies' Home Journal Do Good Stamp to corporations that are committed to doing good, and that are an inspiration to all of us. To help us select these outstanding companies, we assembled an advisory board of dedicated experts.
After suffering from alopecia and witnessing her daughter suffer the same fate, Madonna W. Coffman made a decision to dedicate herself to Locks of Love in 1997. As board president, she spearheaded the initiative to reorganize Locks of Love as a nonprofit organization. She became an Ambassador of Home Safe of Palm Beach County, an organization for abused children. Bethesda Hospital Foundation named her Volunteer of the Year and she received the Trudy Williams Award for Volunteer Excellence. Mrs. Coffman had the distinct honor of carrying the 2002 Olympic Torch as it passed through Miami, Florida. She is a two-time nominee for the Wachovia Woman of the Year and in March 2008, when she was named one of Florida's Power Players by the editors of Florida International Magazine. Mrs. Coffman is also a devoted mother of two and enjoys golf, boating, and travel.
Sarah Christian joined VolunteerMatch in July 2007 to build partnerships with nonprofit organizations, associations, foundations, and corporations to expand and support civic engagement with older adults. She brings over 25 years of experience working with nonprofit organizations. Before VolunteerMatch she served as Director of Volunteer Resource Development for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society where she gained valuable insight into national organizations. Sarah has served on numerous nonprofit boards such as the Denver Audubon Society, Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado, and the American Association for Museum Volunteers. She studied at the San Francisco Art Institute. When she is not working Sarah enjoys traveling and collecting folk art.
Liz Kaplow founded Kaplow in 1991 and has led the agency to the forefront of brand-building communications. Liz's intense focus on communications and brand savvy has led to partnerships with Avon mark, Alberto Culver, eBay, LeapFrog, Shiseido, Skype, Target, and Timex. She has led Kaplow to become an industry model for the full integration of digital strategies into every client communications program. Kaplow has received honors including PR Week's 2008 Global Campaign of the Year, Target's Vendor of the Year, and Global Program of the Year and Small Agency of the Year by the Holmes Report Sabre Awards. She serves on the Board of Directors of Cosmetic Executive Women (CEW) and the Advisory Council for Hyperion's VOICE imprint. She shares her business knowledge at Schering-Plough's Executive Lecture Series at Fairleigh Dickinson University and at Project Morry, a youth development organization.
Sally Lee is Editor-in-Chief of Ladies' Home Journal, SVP and New York Editorial Director of Meredith Publishing Group, overseeing Meredith titles in addition to Ladies' Home Journal such as Fitness, More, Family Circle, Parents, American Baby, Ser Padres, and Siempre Mujer. She has had a long and successful career in women's magazines. Before joining Ladies' Home Journal, she was the Editorial Director of Parents magazine. She has also served as Editor-in-Chief of Fitness and YM and has held top editorial positions at Redbook and Woman's Day.
Nancy Weber is Chief Marketing Officer for the Meredith Publishing Group. As one of the industry's leading marketing executives, she develops initiatives designed to expand the company's brands across media and special event platforms. Prior to joining Meredith, she served as the SVP Marketing and Business Development for The Golf Digest Companies, was the VP Marketing and Promotions for the New York Times Company Magazine Group, worked in promotions for Golf Digest, Golf World, Tennis, Snow Country, Cruising World, and Sailing World magazines and other ancillary products. Weber has also held positions as the Marketing Director of The Newspaper Association of America, and as SVP Marketing and Sales Development for McCall's magazine. She earned a bachelor's from the University of Colorado and currently resides in New York City.
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