Media Partners

WIN-Pittsburgh is proud to partner with our local media resources who help us to engage the community and other professional men and women. They promote our members and our events. If you would like to become a media partner, please email us at


business card 1The Empress of Biz. Listen! Learn! Prosper! is a 30 minute show.

To listen, visit: Empress of Biz – Listen! Learn! Prosper! or Dial 1-724-444-7444 and enter Call ID #80050 and Empress of Biz is a syndicated Pittsburgh internet radio show.

This radio show is designed to guide small business owners and entrepreneurs through our difficult economic times. Each segment has tips culled from JoAnn Forrester’s 30 plus years of experience and features a business owner or business partner or resources who shares their business expertise… The goal of the show is to have our listeners not only survive the recession but to THRIVE.


PBT-Logo-NameplateLargeThe Pittsburgh Business Times provides business executives the tools they need to be successful in business including local business news, leads, information, and networking opportunities. They connect users to the people, companies and topics that are driving this week’s news via a weekly in-depth product, available in print, online and tablet, their twice-daily breaking news emails as well as through their premier events. Visit the Pittsburgh Business Times online at To start your discounted subscription, contact Terry Breen at or 412-208-3809.


pplmag Joanne Quinn-Smith 412-444-5197
2009 National SBA Journalist of the Year
AKA TechnoGranny, Talkcast Host

Take advantage of the PositivelyPittsburgh Alliance:  Post your Positive Events and Use Discussion Forum; Get Your Own Syndicated Pittsburgh Internet Radio or TV Channel at: .

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AnnaMarie Petrarca Gire, Publisher  Women’s Independent Press/ Women’s Yellow Pages  412-563-6712

This print and online directory reaches more than 100,000 people each year and is the only one in the region written by, for, and about women. The book is comprised of ads from women-owned and women-friendly businesses throughout the Pittsburgh area. It also contains articles of interest, profiles of women in the community and is a resource and legislative guide.

Women’s Independent Press has re-emerged into an online publication that has approximately 8,000 subscribers and growing.


logo-blacktie-PittsburghJill Kummer,   412-487-0300,

Blacktie is a national company headquartered in Denver, Colorado, that provides our members with proven solutions for raising money, lowering costs and bringing people together.  Currently with eleven offices and growing, the company has worked with thousands of nonprofits to help make donor outreach and fundraising efforts easier and more productive. Blacktie is a facilitator of communications by and between nonprofits and their philanthropic supporters and the vital businesses who assist their efforts. Our mission is to empower nonprofit organizations by providing access to online event planning and convenient, easy, one-stop web-based technology for heightening awareness, raising money, managing events, communicating with supporters and managing critical data.