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Lindsay Wagner and "The Bionic Woman": A Dynamic Combination

[Author's Note: All quotes and commentary that appear in this article were culled from interviews the author conducted with those individuals mentioned.]. With her sensitive, solid, Emmy-winning portrayal of superheroine Jaime Sommers on The Bionic Woman, Lindsay Wagner showcased a natural, charming appeal and talent.
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Newsday

Lee Majors, Lindsay Wagner coming to Eternal Con

Eternal Con, Long Island’s answer to Comic Con, is returning for its ninth year at Hofstra University’s David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex in Hempstead on July 2-3. Special guests will include old-school TV stars Lee Majors (“The Six Million Dollar Man”) and Lindsay Wagner (“The Bionic Woman”).
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UTA Names Lindsay Wagner Chief Diversity Officer

UTA is bolstering its diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives with the hire of Lindsay Wagner, who has been hired as the company’s new chief diversity officer. “As UTA grows, we must continue to cultivate a more diverse, multifaceted and inclusive culture,” said UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer in a release. “Lindsay has a proven track record of pushing the envelope and leading with a fresh and unique perspective. I am confident that she will bring ingenuity to this new role and will be a great steward for the cause.”
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UTA appoints Ketchum's Lindsay Wagner as chief diversity officer

LOS ANGELES: United Talent Agency (UTA) has selected Lindsay Wagner as its first chief diversity officer. Based in Los Angeles, Wagner will report jointly to UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer and UTA partner and chief people officer Jean-Rene Zetrenne. In the newly created role, Wagner is charged with expanding diversity, equity...
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Lindsay Wagner Appointed As UTA’s First Chief Diversity Officer

Lindsay Wagner has been appointed as UTA’s first-ever Chief Diversity Officer, the agency announced on Tuesday. In this new role, she will expand and drive strategy for the company’s diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, amplifying and articulating its existing values and commitments to the creative and business community. This will include the company’s previously announced commitment of $1 million to social justice causes that accompanied an assortment of internal initiatives—from raising pay for entry-level positions, to unconscious bias training for all employees and promoting senior agents of color to the UTA Board and Partnership, among others. Wagner will also counsel the agency’s clients. She...

UTA Taps Ketchum Exec Lindsay Wagner as Chief Diversity Officer

UTA has hired Ketchum executive Lindsay Wagner to serve as its first-ever chief diversity officer, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. At the communications consulting firm, Wagner served as senior vice president and head of diversity, equity and inclusion, where her highlights included partnering with the HBCU Week Foundation and helping to establish parent company Omnicom’s Black Together employee resource group through organizing the company’s first-ever global town hall for Black employees. Prior to her time at Ketchum, Wagner worked for almost eight years as an account manager at Brandware PR. Wagner, a recipient of the Black Public Relations Society of Los Angeles’...
LOS ANGELES, CA

UTA Taps Lindsay Wagner as New Diversity Chief

Talent, entertainment and sports company UTA has named Lindsay Wagner as its first chief diversity officer, the agency announced Tuesday. Wagner comes to UTA from a position as SVP and head of diversity & inclusion, North America, at global communications consulting firm Ketchum. In her new post, she will expand strategy for the company’s diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
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The Bionic Woman Herself, Lindsay Wagner, Still Going Strong At 72

Once some people enter the entertainment industry, they simply don’t quit. Such is the case with Lindsay Wagner. At age 70, she has dozens upon dozens of roles and recognitions to her name. These include receiving the Humanitarian Award at the San Diego International Film Festival, Night of the Stars. But even so, she is showing no signs of slowing down.
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