Ellen Pearlman has had a distinguished career in publishing as a writer and editor and is known for her ability to launch and run high-quality publications and web sites — she launched four award-winning publications (CIO Insight, HomePC, Managed Healthcare News and VARBusiness), four online websites (homepc.com, cioinsight.com, miaviata.com, friendshipdialogues.com) and is the co-author of Fast Forward, a book about the impact of the Internet published in 2000 by William Morrow.
She was a contributing writer to CIO Zone, The Wall Street Transcript and Virtual Distance International. She is currently the founder of Friendship Dialogues, a community website for women to share their friendship stories of love and loss. She blogs regularly at www.friendshipdialogues.com and is a contributing blogger to the Huffington Post. She is currently writing a play based on the friendship stories she has curated at the Friendship Dialogues website.
Pearlman has served on various Boards, including: Bridges Academy Board of Directors (2013 – 2016); Advisory Board, CIOs Without Borders, (2009 – 2010); Chair, Business Advisory Council, World Pulse Media (2008 – 2009); Content Committee Chair, Billion Minds Foundation (2006 – 2007); Advisory Board, Care2.com (2005 – 2007); Cybergrrl Board of Directors (1997 – 1998); and Consumer Products Advisory Board, IBM Corp. (1996 – 1998). In 2005 she received the Einstein Award for achievements in the technology industry.