Beverly Wettenstein

New York City-based journalist, national public speaker, media critic and woman

A New York City-based journalist, national public speaker, media critic, author and women’s historian, Beverly Wettenstein monitors daily the news coverage of women – or its absence.

Beverly is the go-to expert on how women's history impacts today's news and issues. "My message and mission is to Celebrate Women Every Day and Make History!"

Check http://www.beverlywettenstein.com and Beverly's Blog:
Your daily source for women's news, views and events.

Beverly is founder of the “Women Make News and History Every Day - 365-Days-A-Year Database.” Hence, she is uniquely poised to give historic perspective on timely women’s news and issues. She is the author of “A WOMAN’S BOOK OF DAYS,” the daily chronicle of “Female Firsts,” Fun Facts, and hundreds of popular and unknown women’s achievements (first edition, Crown/Random House; second edition, Barnes & Noble Books).

In her national speaking platform, “A Woman’s Place in 2015,” Wettenstein bridges the generations with humor and history to tie-in with the top news stories. Her Letters to the Editor and Op-eds have been published in the Chicago Tribune, em>New York News, New York Times, TV Guide, Crain's Business News, USA Today,Vanity Fair. She has been featured on CNN, PBS, WNYC-TV, WPIX-TV, AP, USA TODAYand New York Post. She won an EMMA Award for creating and writing the "HerStory" column in The Dallas Morning News.

A keen observer of pop culture and self-described Investigative Romance Reporter, Wettenstein also created the “Celebrity Weddings and Love Stories – 365-Days-A-Year Database.” She explains, “My goal is to empower girls and women to take charge of their personal and professional lives.”

My Women's Database is a "love of labor" and my Weddings Database is a "labor of love."

Wettenstein served as a Public Affairs executive with American Express, Citicorp, Hilton Hotels and the Federal Home Loan Bank. Worldwide assignments have taken her to Europe, the Middle East, and, as Public Information Officer with Semester at Sea, around the world.

She has been honored for her service to women and community. As a volunteer, she conceived and developed the NYC four-sided bus route sign program and spearheaded the NY York Race for the Cure. Wettenstein donated her Glamour Award to invite students to the Matrix Awards.

Wettenstein earned her B.S. in Journalism at Temple University School of Business Administration, as an "Outstanding Senior." She is honored in the Fairfield (CT.) High School Wall of Fame.