Lisa’s guest appearance on Morning Joe to discuss her New York magazine story on Ford Motors effect on two Michigan towns.
Lisa appears on Morning Joe to discuss her New York magazine cover story on Fieldston School’s racial affinity groups.
On Sunday, March 15, Lisa interviewed Martine Rothblatt in the SXSW keynote session, AI, Immortality and the Future of Selves. The interview proved to be incredibly successful and Rothblatt was awarded the coveted “SXSW Speaker of the Event Award.” Here’s the video from SXSW:
Lisa discusses her New York magazine cover story on mayor Bill DeBlasio’s wife Chirlane McCray.
Imagine this — men stay at home doing the house work while we women go to work. Forget the backlash over stay at home moms. Now it’s stay at home dads under fire. Meet the fathers who say being Mr. Mom is not only manly, it’s a tough, full-time job.
Hedge fund billionaire Paul Tudor Jones made controversial comments regarding women on Wall Street, saying babies are a ‘killer’ to a woman’s focus. Cosmopolitan’s Joanna Coles, Alexandra Lebenthal and New York Magazine’s Lisa Miller discuss with Joe Scarborough.
Lisa Miller on MSNBC discussing her New York magazine story on the Boston Marathon bombing:
Lisa Miller, contributing editor for New York Magazine, joins John Fugelsang on “Viewpoint” to discuss her article “The Retro Wife.” Miller also weighs in on three high-profile women who have sparked controversy surrounding the role of women in modern society: Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and author of “Lean In,” Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer, and Anne-Marie […]
New York Magazine’s Lisa Miller, Cosmopolitan’s Joanna Coles and Debora Spar of Barnard College speak about Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg’s “lean in” argument, and how it differs from a new “lean out” trend seen among some women.
On March 20th, Norah O’Donnell, Gayle King and Charlie Rose host a roundtable featuring New York Magazine’s Lisa Miller, Cosmopolitan’s Joanna Coles and Debora Spar of Barnard College speaking out about Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg’s “lean in” argument, and how it differs from a new “lean out” trend seen among some women.