UPDATE: It’s online now.
So I put 63 women on the roster. But for the “why?” behind the names, you’re going to have to buy the issue. Elle magazine will hold its 16th annual dinner and awards celebration of “Women In Hollywood” on Monday, October 19th, at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills. I might show up.
Movie Executives (in no particular order): Elizabeth Gabler, president, Fox 2000 Pictures; Donna Langley, co-chairman Universal Pictures; Amy Pascal, co-chairman, Sony Pictures; Mary Parent, MGM CEO; Keri Putnam, president of production, Miramax Films (exited after I wrote this); Stacey Snider, CEO DreamWorks Studios; Nancy Utley, co-president, Fox Searchlight Pictures.
Lawyers: Melanie Cook, Ziffren Brittenham; Patty Glaser, Glaser Weil; Deborah Klein, Jackoway Tyerman; Jeanne Newman, Hansen Jacobson.
TV Executives: Angela Bromstad, president, primetime entertainment, NBC Universal; Michele Ganeless, president, Comedy Central; Bonnie Hammer, president, NBC Universal Cable Entertainment; Cecile Frot-Coutaz, CEO Production, FreMantleMedia, North America; Judy McGrath, chairman and CEO, MTV Networks; Dawn Ostroff, President, The CW; Abbe Raven, president and CEO, A&E Television Networks; Anne Sweeney, co-chairman, Disney Media Networks, president, Disney ABC Television Group; Nancy Tellem, (outgoing, after I wrote this) president, CBS Television Studios Entertainment Group; Nina Tassler, president, CBS Entertainment; Dana Walden, co-chairman, 20th Century Fox Television, Andrea Wong, CEO, Lifetime Entertainment Services; Lauren Zalaznick, president of women and lifestyle entertainment networks, NBC Universal.
Agents: Toni Howard, ICM; Tracey Jacobs, UTA; Hylda Queally, CAA; Beth Swofford, CAA; Jennifer Rudolph Walsh, WME.
Publicists: Kelly Bush, founder and CEO, ID-PR; Leslee Dart, founder and CEO, 42West; Terry Press, president, 7570 Inc; Nanci Ryder, co-founder and president, Baker/Winokur/Ryder.
Managers: Suzan Bymel and Evelyn O’Neill, Management 360; Aleen Keshishian, Brillstein Enterratinment Partners; Cynthia Pett-Dante, Brillstein Entertainment Partners.
Negotiators (this was written before the SAG election; were this written now, Amy Aquino would be included): Roberta Reardon, AFTRA; Anne-Marie Johnson, SAG; Carol Lombardini, AMPTP.
Casting: Denise Chamian, Ellen Chenoweth, Ellen Lewis, Debra Zane.
Coaches: Laura Day, Sherry Lansing, Sherri Ziff Lester, Sue Mengers.
Wives & Daughters: Jamie Alter Lynton, Kelly Chapman Meyer, Elisabeth Murdoch, Shari Redstone, Maria Shriver.
Talent: Tyra Banks, Beyonce Knowles, Kathryn Bigelow, Miley Cyrus, Ellen DeGeneres, Tina Fey, Michael Patrick King, Stephenie Meyer, Nancy Meyers, Meryl Streep.
Editor-in-Chief Nikki Finke - tip her here.