2015 WIN Summit announces GOOP CEO Lisa Gersh as Speaker

NEW YORK, June 16, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lisa Gersh, CEO of GOOP, the weekly lifestyle publication and e-commerce site curated by Gwyneth Paltrow, will take the stage as a featured speaker at the 2015 Women’s Insights on the Art of Negotiating (WIN) Summit, hosted by The Negotiation Institute in New York City this fall. Gersh has grown the GOOP audience and reach exponentially, making it a trusted resource for in-the-know influencers. Previously, Gersh held top executive roles at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, as President and CEO, and at NBCUniversal, as President of Strategic Initiatives. Gersh also co-founded Oxygen Media, serving as President and COO, managing day-to-day operations. She will join industry leaders and revered negotiation experts during the two-day learning and networking event to share her insights and strategies on breaking through the barriers that prevent women from achieving their full career potential.

“We are honored to have Lisa Gersh join the roster of inspirational women at the WIN Summit,” said Jack Simony, CEO of The Negotiation Institute. “Her wealth of knowledge and experience makes her uniquely qualified to offer insights and advice to women looking to advocate for themselves, so that they can take a more active role in creating the career opportunities they deserve.”

The WIN Summit is a powerful forum dedicated to helping women advance into higher positions of leadership and achieve greater success for themselves and their organizations through the art of negotiation. Gersh is among other nationally recognized speakers at this year’s WIN Summit, including keynote presenters Secretary of the U.S. Air force Deborah Lee James and New York Times best-selling author, Cathie Black, who will address various challenges women in the workplace face today, from gender-gap disparities to perceived assumptions that not only hold them back in their careers, but prevent entire corporations from reaching their goals.
For more information on registration, group discounts, sponsorship sales or general inquiries for The WIN Summit, please visit www.winsummit.com, call 212-796-5600 or email registration@winsummit.com

About The Negotiation Institute

Founded in 1966, The Negotiation Institute (TNI) provides on-site corporate training programs and public conference events designed to provide executives a competitive advantage in today's global marketplace. The first and longest-running negotiation training organization in the world, TNI’s legacy and depth of experience enables us to provide clients with unparalleled solutions across a variety of executive competencies: negotiation, high-performance sales, procurement, supply chain management, leadership and presentation skills. The TNI commitment to excellence is reflected throughout our global faculty of instructors, thought leaders and business experts. To learn more, please visit us at www.negotiation.com

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Source:The Negotiation Institute