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THE BOLD AND THE DARING

The entrepreneurs and the risk takers

Karen Blackett OBE

karen blackettThe chief executive officer of Mediacom stated: “I still think it is odd that I’m the only senior black woman in the advertising industry” in November 2014. Karen Blackett controls a company with 1,000 employees that places £1.2 billion in advertising each year and is a single mother. She was ridiculously told that her only career choice would be to become a nurse or a teacher when she was young. Surprisingly she had just 2,000 followers on Twitter.

 

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5 comments on “Karen Blackett OBE”

  1. It is horrible, I made an application to beome a SKY newsroom anchorman, my application received no attention and was rejected. I guess, they must hate Jews………

    1. I would support your application particularly as Murdock has just announced that Egyptians are white and had black slaves. This shows he doesn’t know much about racial differences so you stand a good chance Chaim

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