Last, but never least: It’s the women who fill your email inboxes with press releases, the women who help you get your client out of trouble and the women who help shape messages and strategies.
Join us after the jump (and remember: we’ll open up voting in all categories tomorrow)…
Kathy Baird, Fleishman-Hillard
Nicole Daigle, Director of Public Affairs, IPAA
Jennifer Zuccarelli , Treasury Department’s PR person for domestic finance matters.
Mai Shiozaki, press officer for the National Organization for Women
Mary Vought, Comm. Director for Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN)
Lisa Mendelson. Chlopak, Leonard, Schechter & Associates.
Sarah Little, FD Dittus Communications
Dayna Gibbons, EPA, Crisis Communications
Jill Pike Deputy Director of Public Affairs, Third Way
Tiffany Goodyear, Senior Account Executive at Elevation
Annie Howell Senior Vice President, Communications & Public Affairs; Planet Green, Discovery Communications, Inc.
Karen Finney, DNC
Melissa Shuffield, Sen. John McCain
Linda Douglass, Obama for President
Dana Perino, White House
Pamela Sorensen, Pamela’s Punch
Josie Duckett, Peace Corps
Jen Psaki, Obama for President
Jane Wusterbarth, Flash Communication
Meg Little, Glover Park Group
Jill Hazelbaker, Sen. John McCain
Natalie Ravitz, Sen. Boxer
Sandra Salstrom, Rep. Earl Pomeroy
Rachel Bauer Taylor, Rep. Eric Cantor
Amber Pfau, Amber Pfau Communications