Logo VP Lisa Sherman Explains Why Being Gay was a Career Killer



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After spending 17 years in the closet at Verizon, LOGO Executive Vice President and General Manager Lisa Sherman came out and helped build the first gay television network.   Not only has Sherman experienced incredible personal growth, but she was a driving force behind a media platform that continues to increase LGBT visibility. 

At our Straight Talk event in New York, Sherman sat down with dot429 columnist R. Couri Hay to discuss her career, LOGO, and the inclusion of the LGBT community on TV. 

 

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