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Aliza Pilar Sherman
Aliza Pilar Sherman

Aliza Pilar Sherman, co-founder, Eviva.net, is an Internet thought leader, online marketing expert and evangelist for the Internet, particularly as a valuable and useful tool for women's lives. She built the first 3 websites for women on the World Wide Web in 1995 (Cybergrrl.com, Webgrrls.com, Femina.com) and is considered the pioneer who helped to paved the way on the Web for women. She is currently developing a bilingual site for the professional Hispanic women's market in the United States and abroad, EVIVA.NET.

Sherman was named one of "The Most Powerful People in Their 20's" by SWING magazine in 1997 and listed as one of the "Top 50 People Who Matter Most on the Internet" by Newsweek. She is the author of the book, "Cybergrrl: A Woman's Guide to the World Wide Web" (Ballantine) and the upcoming book "Cybergrrl @ Work: Inspirations and Tips for the Professional You" (Fall 2000, Penguin Putnam).

In addition to serving on the advisory board for the Oxygen/Markle Pulse, she is an advisor to two nonprofit organizations for girls and several websites for girls and is part of the American Association of University Women's gender and technology task force. She was recently invited to be on the SBA Braintrust for women-owned businesses.

In 1995, Sherman created the first website for women -- Cybergrrl.com -- and founded Cybergrrl, Inc., a new media and entertainment company focused on the women's marketing online as well as founded Webgrrls, a networking group for women interested in the Internet that currently has over 100 chapters worldwide.

Sherman lives in New York City with her two chihuahuas.

 
 
 


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