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Don't Interrupt: Kendra Crone

With an art history degree in her back pocket, Kendra Crone took her administrative role and expanded it to become the creator, curator, and producer of The Good Gallery at Arnold Worldwide, an in-office art gallery that features the artistic works of employees and other Boston area artists. 

by Becky Brinkerhoff

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I Was Told I Had a Chance to Go to The 3% Conference

With just a few day until the 3% Conference, Liz Stevison is reflecting on her career's defining moments and challenging us all to speak outside our vacuums.

by Liz Stevison

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Updates from Our Sponsors at Publicis Groupe

Anne Gabrielle-Heilbronner lets us know how Publicis Groupe plans to use their power and ability to shape cultural narratives that serve to uphold the dignity of all.

by Anne Gabrielle-Heilbronner

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Leo Burnett's Bringing It in Full Force: A Letter from Andrew Swinand

Andrew Swinand's (CEO of Leo Burnett Group) letter to industry about why Leo Burnett is participating in this year's conference more than ever before.

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Quick Take with Katie Busse

Read as Katie Busse, Sr. Manager of Digital & Social Communications for Medela, speaks about her experiences working with breastfeeding moms and what it was like to become her own target audience.

by Katie Busse

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Meet F Collective, the Women Who Are Increasing Gender Diversity in Advertising Photography.

F Collective is an initiative that asks brands and their agencies to pledge to present a female photographer option on each job, with a goal of increasing gender diversity in advertising photography.

by Diana Mulvihill

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See it to Be it: Shattering the Glass Ceiling in Advertising with Women-Owned Businesses

Visibility leads to inclusion, which leads to normalization, which leads to equality. Megan Kelly, Executive Producer and Founder of Honor Society, writes on the importance of women-owned businesses.

by Megan Kelly

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Quick Take with Rupert Maconick

Rupert Maconick is the Founder and Executive Producer of award-winning production company Saville Productions. He gave us his quick take about how his company is working to level the playing field for female directors. 

by Rupert Maconick

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DON'T INTERRUPT: SARA HYMAN

Sara is CEO, North America and founder of Jones Knowles Ritchie NYC. We spoke to her about her cross-continental career path, JKR’s work with the DREAM organization, and the dangers of wearing too many bangles to work. 

by Becky Brinkerhoff

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Parents in AdLand: Make Your Voice Heard

We’re launching the 3% Parents in Ad Land survey to learn from you what it’s like to integrate work and family. A few minutes could make the industry better for you, and those who come after you.

by Lisen Stromberg

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Self-Awareness is the Best Path to Fairness

Rogério Colantuono insightfully writes about how increased self-awareness in men can drive equality in the workplace.

by Rogério Colantuono

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Tired as a Mother: A Working Parent’s Battle for Balance

Caroline Dettman, Chief Creative Officer for Golin in Chicago, writes about battling for balance between a demanding career and her family.

by Caroline Dettman