The Pulitzer Prizes—the most prestigious awards in the journalism world—were given out yesterday. The award for Public Service went to the New York Times and the New Yorker for their game-changing reporting on sexual harassment. Indeed the NYT’s Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey and the NYer’s Ronan Farrow—published their series of bombshell reports about Harvey Weinstein, and in so doing, triggered a worldwide movement to expose the sexual harassment and abuse that has long lurked in the entertainment world—and in many, many other industries and professions.
Women Journalists win Pulitzer and Create Movement
About the Author: Maureen Fitzgerald
Maureen F. Fitzgerald, PhD is a Gender Diversity Advisor, xLawyer and Author. She consults to corporations and governments on how to advance women and specifically attract, retain and promote women. Maureen is author of twelve books, including Occupy Women, Lean Out and Invite the Bully to Tea. She has a business degree (BComm) from the University of Alberta, a law degree (JD) from the University of Western Ontario, a master’s degree in law (LLM) with distinction from the London School of Economics and a doctorate degree (PhD) from the University of British Columbia.