• Girl Friday: Christine Lakin

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  • Girl Friday: Samantha Harris

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  • Girl Friday: Morin Oluwole,
    Chief of Staff Facebook Global Marketing

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  • Girl Friday: Christine Lakin
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Girl Friday: Christine Lakin

Girl Friday: Christine Lakin Pint-size talent Christine Lakin has a consistently positive attitude after a couple of decades working in television, as well as the endless creativity to generate her own content. At age 12 she landed the role of Al on "Step By Step," who she played for a successful seven season run. An incredibly talented musical theater performer, she appeared in the stage versions of "Heathers" and Silence!" (of the Lambs), the film "Reefer Madness," as well as choreographing for TV shows such as "True Blood." She is a voiceover artist on "Family Guy," a host on "The Soup Investigates," a judge on "Internet Icon" as well as the creator of web series "Lovin' Lakin" and the stage series "Worst Ever." And that’s only a portion of her resume. Are you as exhausted as I am?! Her boundless energy endears her to everyone she meets and her tips for staying strong in a creative field will inspire you to get out there and create magic in your own life.
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Girl Friday: Samantha Harris

Girl Friday: Samantha Harris Samantha Harris is one of the hardest working women in entertainment. Having done hosting stints at E!, Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight and The Insider, she became the host of Dancing With The Stars from 2006-2010. Fitness is a huge part of her life and she appears often on the cover of fitness magazines like Shape, Self and Muscle & Fitness. With health being such an enormous part of her life, she’s facing an exceptional challenge with her recent diagnosis of breast cancer. We caught up with Samantha while she spent a day working from home and caring for her children.
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Girl Friday: Morin Oluwole,
Chief of Staff Facebook Global Marketing

Girl Friday: Morin Oluwole, </br>Chief of Staff Facebook Global Marketing Morin Oluwold is a true citizen of the world. She speaks five languages and has lived on three different continents. Now she's taking the online world by storm as the Chief of Staff VP Global Marketing Solutions at Facebook. Morin shares her journey from Nigeria to New York, and reflects on how and why she's become the successful savvy business woman she is today.
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Girl Friday: Janet Varney, Creative Spirit

Girl Friday: Janet Varney, Creative Spirit Janet Varney is a multi-hyphenate: actress, host, voiceover artist, writer, producer, creator. Let’s just say she’s one all-around talented lady. Many know her primarily as the voice of the title character in The Legend of Korra or from her onscreen appearances in shows like Entourage and Dinner and a Movie. We sat Janet down in her ridiculously stylish Hollywood bungalow for our own tête-á-tête to gain some inspiration into how she balances the many facets of her career and keeps her creativity alive.
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Girl Friday: Tawnya Falkner, CEO of Le Grand Courtâge

Girl Friday: Tawnya Falkner, CEO of Le Grand Courtâge I was serendipitously invited to a benefit event, Simply Divine, where naturally, I was drawn to the Champagne display, as my double-x chromosome dictates. Initially, I was enchanted by the display and promise of inebriation, but in short-order was drawn in by the effervescent blonde who was pouring bubbly and chatting up party-goers. Tawnya Faulkner, proprietor and CEO of Le Grand Courtage, (a French sparkling wine), stood out at this event as a rare bird, a female wine merchant pouring her rosé and brut with the earnestness of a protective mother, imploring you to have more. Equally intriguing was the origin story of Le Grand Courtâge, with the twists and turns of a journey worthy of its namesake. As she recounted her story of having quit a career as a real estate developer to pursue her Champagne dreams, I immediately recognized the familiar blueprint of the transformative fantasy that many people have, but few make reality. I am pleased that she could share her story with our readers and I hope that her journey inspires many more of us to take that leap of faith and follow our dreams.
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Girl Friday: Michelle Morgan, Filmmaker

Girl Friday: Michelle Morgan, Filmmaker Screenwriter and filmmaker Michelle Morgan is a petite brunette with immensely beautiful brown eyes, like the kind of eyes you can get lost in. Lying behind those dark pools is a fiercely imaginative mind, a mind that created the feature film, Girl Most Likely, starring Annette Benning and Kristen Wiig, and Matt Dillon.
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Girl Friday: Janessa Anderson, Fashion Publicist

Girl Friday: Janessa Anderson, Fashion Publicist You may recognize Janessa Anderson from her ongoing contributions to our style section, sharing monthly Trend Report picks to keep you looking chic every day and in the workplace. In her daily life, she manages the women's collection for Tommy Hilfiger, overseeing their press placements worldwide. Janessa's job description intrigued me as an indicator of what many professional jobs look like these days: a mix of creativity, technology & business. Newsstands and webpages often bombard us with the glamorous sides of fashion and entertainment, but we rarely get a peek behind the curtain at the creative professionals who make the magic happen. Janessa was kind enough to lift the curtain so we could get a glimpse at the flip-side of side of fashion.
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Girl Friday: Gaye Chan, Artist and Activist

Girl Friday: Gaye Chan, Artist and Activist I met artist Gaye Chan and her partner, Nandita Sharma, in Hawaii about a year ago, after we rented their beautiful house while I was living on Oahu to film Last Resort. I found Gaye's boldness and candor incredibly appealing, and as we got to know each other, I was bowled over by her intelligence and strong viewpoint on life. Gaye has been an incredible source of inspiration for me to become more true to myself as an artist and to be more active for what I believe in. I think her story can do the same for you, too.
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