Tapjoy’s Emily McInerney Elected Co-President of Women in Wireless

Posted by , VP Communications & Marketing Partnerships
12th November 2014

We here at Tapjoy have always valued diversity in the workplace, and we especially believe in empowering women as leaders both in the company and throughout the industry. That is why we are unbelievably proud of our very own Emily McInerney, who recently was elected as the co-president of Women in Wireless, an important nonprofit organization whose mission is to develop female leaders in mobile and digital media.

Emily has been with Tapjoy for more than two years now and currently serves as our Director of Marketing, a role in which she is responsible for all of the product marketing for both the developer and advertiser sides of the business. Emily has also served as the as co-president of the San Francisco chapter of Women in Wireless, where she has been critical in helping to raise the organization’s profile and increase its membership throughout the Bay Area.

As she steps into this new role with Women in Wireless, she and co-president elect Aurelie Guerrieri will be in charge of growing the organization’s 10,000-person strong membership and developing programs and content that help women in the wireless industry progress in their careers.

In a statement issued through a press release today, Emily said, “I’m extremely honored to serve along with Aurelie as co-president of this important organization. The work that the organization is doing to empower and develop female leaders is incredibly important in this day and age, and I look forward to working with the rest of the organization’s impressive leadership to prioritize education and empowerment of women in the industry while sharing knowledge and expertise and empowering our members to follow their passions.”

Please join us in giving Emily and Aurelie a big hand and wishing them the best of luck and prosperity in their new roles.

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