VOICES

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5 Leadership Lessons I Learned from My Son

Sara Eolin shares some career advice she's learned from her son.

by Sara Eolin

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DON’T INTERRUPT: CASEY RAND

In The 3% Movement's March installation of our Don't Interrupt series, we spoke to Casey Rand about her career as an award-winning creative director and writer.

by Becky Brinkerhoff

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Non-Linear Is My Normal

Agencies that want to retain exceptional talent need to be flexible and supportive of their people.

by JJ Peyton

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7 Ways to Be an Effective Mentor

Want to change the world? Hill Holliday's SVP of communications Tracy Brady outlines seven guidelines for a successful mentorship.

by Tracy Brady

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Don’t Interrupt: Borrowed Interest

What's to be found at the intersection of being female, brown, and in advertising?

by Becky Brinkerhoff

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Gen Z Watches Super Bowl Ads

Listen up! 13-year-old Mina Enayati-Uzeta attended The 3% Movement's Super Bowl Tweetup and has some things to say about it.

by Mina Enayati-Uzeta

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How to Learn to Brag about Your Business Success

JinJa Birkenbeuel shares tips and tactics to help your woman-owned creative agency or freelance business get to seven figures in 2018.

by JinJa Birkenbeuel

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Don't Interrupt: Megan Colleen McGlynn

Kicking off The 3% Movement's Don't Interrupt series, we spoke to Megan Colleen McGlynn on her unconventional career path, speaking up, & all things Girlsday.

by Megan Colleen McGlynn Becky Brinkerhoff

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7 Messages for Those Who Haven’t Heard

Messages from The 3% Conference stage, as amplified by Jessica Deutsch.

by Jessica Deutsch

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PANEL: DAUGHTERS OF THE EVOLUTION

Four women were joined onstage by their daughters to discuss family and work life from different perspectives.

by Genie Leslie

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Now I Know

On the other side of discomfort are transformative “Now I Know” moments.

by Genie Leslie

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PechaKucha

These speakers used PechaKucha to give us crisp, concise, and visually compelling storytelling that tackled ageism, transgenderism, and youism.

by Catherine Eccardt