From The Managing Editor: Apr. 13, 1992

A few weeks ago, our publisher used this space to boast a little about the string of prizes we've collected over the past year. This week I'm borrowing ; the space to talk about an award that the publisher herself just won. Lisa Valk, the first woman ever to hold the title of publisher at TIME, has won the 1992 Matrix Award in recognition of her "outstanding career achievement" in the magazine industry. The Matrix, administered by the New York chapter of Women in Communications, is the nearest thing to an Oscar for female magazine executives (past winners include Gloria Steinem,...

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