How Female Business Leaders Make it all Work
Among the first female reporters at The Wall Street Journal, Joann Lublin faced a number of uphill battles in her career. She became deputy bureau chief of WSJ’s important London bureau, its first run by women. Lublin recently retired as management news editor for the WSJ, where she worked with reporters in the U.S. and abroad. She frequently appeared at conferences to discuss leadership, executive pay and corporate governance. She created the WSJ’s first career advice column in 1993 and then wrote its Your Executive Career column.
Lublin is the author of the popular leadership book “Earning It: Hard-Won Lessons from Trailblazing Women at the Top of the Business World.” In 2018, she won the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Gerald Loeb Awards, the Pulitzer of business journalism. In 2003, she shared the WSJ’s Pulitzer Prize for stories about corporate scandals.
Lublin earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism with honors from Northwestern University and a master’s degree in communications from Stanford University.
Lublin will chronicle the major milestones and dilemmas of the work world unique to women, providing candid advice and practical inspiration for women of all ages and at all stages of their career.
176 N. Canon Drive
Thursday, October 4, 2018