ADVISORY, July 10, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
The Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center will ring the Nasdaq Closing Bell remotely from San Francisco.
Audrey Cooper, San Francisco Chronicle editor in chief, will ring the will ring a special “Innovation” closing bell celebrating her innovative leadership, which embodies the mission of the Center.
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About Audrey Cooper
Audrey is the first woman to fill the role of editor in chief in the Chronicle's 151-year history. She is also the youngest woman ever named as the top editor of a major U.S newspaper-based company.
San Francisco magazine has declared her one of the city’s most powerful women. Editor and Publisher magazine named her one of the world’s “Top 10 Women to Watch” and Advertising Age named her one of their “Top 40 under 40.” She’s been featured in Cosmopolitan magazine “50 Fearless Women” issue and is a regular speaker and interviewer.
Under Audrey’s leadership, The Chronicle has emerged as one of the country’s most innovative media outlets. Among other things, she started an in-house incubator program to explore new types of digital journalism. She started the SF Homeless Project, a first-of-its-kind collaboration of more than 80 news outlets dedicated to reporting on solutions to end homelessness. And in 2016, The Chronicle became the first newspaper-based company to show a feature-length documentary in nearly a dozen film festivals around the world.
About The Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center
Based in San Francisco, the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center delivers world-class resources and mentoring to enable every entrepreneur across the globe to realize their maximum potential. Over the last 18 months, the Center has emerged as a leading resource in entrepreneurial education based on its unique realtime assessments of entrepreneurs' needs, in addition to customized mentorship and coaching programs including Milestone Makers, designed to guide entrepreneurs to the next level of bold achievements and success. Through its commitment to welcoming founders of every stage and industry to receive the support they deserve, the Center’s community of over 6,200 founders is made up of 49% female and 61% minority entrepreneurs.
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