Nell Scovell


Born
in Newton (Massachusetts), The United States
November 08, 1960


Nell Scovell is a television and magazine writer, producer and director. She is the creator of the television series 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch', which aired on ABC and The WB from 1996 until 2003.

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In Defense of Lean In





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My latest in Vanity Fair, a good way to start the year:





Why I Still Believe in Lean In

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Just the Funny Parts: ... A...

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“If Larry David were living in 18th century France and heard the peasants had no bread, his response "Let them eat cake" would have made people laugh. But when Marie Antoinette said it, they chopped off her head.”
Nell Scovell, Just the Funny Parts: ... And a Few Hard Truths About Sneaking Into the Hollywood Boys' Club

“If I want Italian and you want Japanese, why can't you compromise and have Italian?" my husband once said to me, redefining the word "compromise.”
Nell Scovell, Just the Funny Parts: ... And a Few Hard Truths About Sneaking Into the Hollywood Boys' Club

“If everyone else in the room is working on their next pitch, then fixating on the previous one puts you a step behind. This approach also applies to an overall career where it's better to focus on the next opportunity rather than ruminate on the missed chances and setbacks.”
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