Honored with Matrix Award!

We our so excited to share that SIBWD’s director, Cady McClain, is being honored with a Matrix Award by the National Association for Women in Communications!

Cady will be speaking at their conference in Dallas, Texas in September. We hope to see you there!

Founded in 1909 as Theta Sigma Phi at the University of Washington, the AWC has evolved from a student honorary women’ journalism fraternity to a strong national network of communicators in a broad range of disciplines.

The founding principles of Theta Sigma Phi serve as touchstones for AWC today: to promote the advancement of women in all fields of communications, to work for First Amendment rights and responsibilities of communicators, to recognize distinguished professional achievements, and to promote high professional standards throughout the communications field.
The mission of the AWC Matrix Foundation is to promote the advancement of Women in Communications.
AWC is committed to work nationally and internationally for pay equity for women in the communications workplace and for freedom of information.

The International Matrix Award recognizes exemplary communicators; past winners include Jane Pauley, Ellen Goodman, Diane Rehm, and Gloria Brown Anderson.

McClain shares this statement, “I am incredibly honored to be recognized by the AWC and to be included in such esteemed company. The work of AWC is more relevant and vitally important than ever, and I am very grateful to have my part in helping women find their voices and take the lead in telling their stories recognized by them.”

As featured speaker at the closing night dinner, McClain will be accepting the Matrix Award and sharing wisdom and stories learned from the process of making the documentary “Seeing is Believing: Women Direct.”

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