25 Women Worth Celebrating: Media Moguls

Oct 20, 2018

The best part of INTERMIX is you—our clients! You make us who we are today.  For our 25th anniversary, we wanted to highlight 25 women (all of which we have been lucky enough to dress) to share their favorite brand memories with us.

From hard hitting news to style segments, these storytellers shape the way we see ourselves in every facet of journalism. Grace, poise, and confidence are just a few attributes we love about this powerful group. Introducing our "Media Moguls." 

Lola Ogunnaike has built her decade-long journalism career on her onscreen charisma, interview savvy, and creative vision. Hustling her way from New York Daily News features reporter and later the New York Times, her career took off after an appearance as a guest host on “The View.” Today, she is a recognized cultural authority and seasoned media veteran, and can currently be seen as the host of Entertainment Weekly: The Show, providing an insider look into the entertainment industry.

Cited as “one of the most influential beauty journalists in America,” Jean Godfrey-June is now the Executive Beauty Editor at goop, Gwyneth Paltrow’s modern lifestyle brand worth a rumored $250 million. Not only was Jean a founding editorial member at Lucky, but her 20+ print and digital career includes a series of positions at ELLE and The Wall Street Journal Magazine, a best-selling book, “Free Gift With Purchase: My Improbable Career in Magazines and Makeup” and content development for brands including Estee Lauder, LVMH, COTY and more. 

Kelli Coleman is an award-winning marketer and advertising executive turned entrepreneur, investor, advisor, and speaker. Her calling is to empower women, advising and investing in businesses created for or built by women via her ventures company KMColeman Group. Her accolades include being featured on the AdAge 2012 "Women to Watch" list, the Women in Business Award from NV Magazine, and the Black Enterprise "Top Women Executives in Advertising & Marketing" list, among others.


Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin founded theSkimm - a subscription-only newsletter that gives easily digestible recaps of important news - after leaving their jobs as producers at NBC. They quickly grew their readership to nearly seven million subscribers and successfully raising $12 million in funding (via Google Ventures) this spring, alongside Spanx founder, Sara Blakely.

Marketed primarily to urban women between the ages of 22 and 34, theSkimm’s aim is to help them live smarter by starting their day off with short, simple versions of what’s going on in the world at large, empowering them to be savvy, knowledgeable members of society.

At the age of 24, Sydney Sadick is already conquering the world of fashion journalism. The on-air style expert and writer has interviewed countless celebrities, designers, and stylists, and has attended the Met Gala and several fashion weeks. Currently, Sydney channels her love for all things fashion as an on-air talent with regular segments on NBC NY Live, Good Day NY, Top 30, and ABC Chicago’s The Jam.