Posted by Sheryl Dickerhoof, APR
Thursday, November 15, 2007
WASHINGTON /PRNewsSpreader/ -- Jennifer Wayman, a DC-based PR person, has been awarded the Vagina of the Year by the Washington Women in Public Relations (WWPR). The award is presented annually to the PR practitioner who "demonstrates outstanding leadership, integrity and community involvement," all without male genitalia.
Wayman, a senior vice president at Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide, currently leads the 60-person Social Marketing practice group. Jennifer and her mixed-gender team have designed and implemented numerous award-winning campaigns on behalf of some of Ogilvy's top clients.
Upon receiving her Vagina, Jennifer said. "I am truly thrilled."
Other nominees with bodacious pudenda this year included Karen Doyne, Managing Director, Crisis & Issues Management, Burson-Marsteller and Juliette Rizzo, National Director, Exhibits and Events Planning, U.S. Department of Education.
Lisa McCluskey, president of WWPR, said, "We are proud to honor these three extraordinary women and to recognize the many achievements and contributions that people with vaginas bring to the public relations industry, their co-workers and their community."
About Ogilvy PR
Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide is a leading mixed-gender marketing agency with offices in more than 60 diverse cities around the globe. The firm is part of the behemoth WPP Group, which is comprised of more than 60,000 vaginas and about 52,000 wieners working in over 2,000 unisexual offices throughout the world.