Join Women Innovate Mobile on
Thursday, November 7th
for a founders breakfast conversation with
Molly Barton, Global Digital Director of Penguin
Molly Barton started her career in acquisitions editorial before shifting to digital publishing, strategy and business development. Today she is Global Digital Director of Penguin at Penguin Random House and leads digital business relationships with global partners. She previously held editorial and marketing roles at Viking Books and Oxford University Press. Molly oversees Penguin's digital publishing effotrs including apps, deluxe eBooks and Specials (digital essays and short stories). She founded a start-up inside of Penguin called Book Country which is an online community where writers help each other write better books, find their natural audience, and self-publish. Molly is on the board of the publishing start-up Bookish. She has spoken at South by Southwest, Digital Book World, Digital Minds, If Book Then, Digital Publishing Innovation Summit and at NYU.
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Oddly though, the senior leadership in the companies they purchase from, is still dominated by men. 85-Percent was founded to even the scales – informing women as consumers and advancing them to achieve their full potential as professionals, business owners and leaders.