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Ogilvy & Mather is an international advertising, marketing and public relations agency based in Manhattan and owned by the WPP Group. The company operates 497 offices in 125 countries with approximately 16,000 employees. - Source: Wikipedia
New WNBA president Laurel Richie was afraid she might not get the job when she interviewed with NBA Commissioner David Stern and admitted her sports background was limited to synchronized swimming and cheerleading.
When Laurel J. Richie was asked to give a keynote address on leadership at an awards ceremony in Seattle, her speech on rebranding brought rave reviews. What Richie didn't expect was that it would set into motion a rebranding of her life and career.