Ep 393: Nineveh Madsen Interview – HER Magazine

"A woman's vision is realized the moment she truly believes in the power of her purpose.”

Nineveh Madsen is a Swedish-born, ethnic Assyrian American television personality. She is the Founder of HER Magazine and VP of Marketing & PR at OpenVPN, a tech company in the Bay Area.

Nineveh spent a decade working as a journalist for local television stations in Arizona (KYMA, NBC) and Utah (KSTU, FOX) and made appearances on Fox News. Her accolades include an Edward R. Murrow, Associated Press Awards, recognition from the Utah Broadcasters Association and Assyrian Community for her excellence in journalism. She was also voted one of the State’s top reporters by Salt Lake’s City Weekly Magazine for more than five years. From TV to Business Woman, Nineveh launched her digital publication in 2015 - which has featured influencers like Tomi Lahren of Fox News, Melissa Hartwig of the Whole30, and Reality TV Star and Business Woman Rasheeda Frost. Nineveh graduated from California State University East Bay with a degree in Broadcast Journalism in 2004. She is married to John Madsen, a former NFL Oakland Raiders TE and successful athletic performance coach in Utah.

   

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