I want to tell you that it’s OK to take a pause for kids. But do so with a plan, because being a working mom, especially in advertising, takes equal doses of grace and grit.
by Laura Jones
Having been a Creative Director for over twelve years and a Mom for just under two, I’ve found there’s another lumbering elephant in the room that needs our industry’s attention.
by Susan Betteridge
Women don't ask for what they deserve enough. There's always something they are afraid to lose in the process. Just letting go of the fear has been liberating.
by Sonia Bhatnagar
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
Caroline Dettman, Chief Creative Officer for Golin in Chicago, writes about battling for balance between a demanding career and her family.
by Caroline Dettman
Sara Eolin shares some career advice she's learned from her son.
by Sara Eolin
Four women were joined onstage by their daughters to discuss family and work life from different perspectives.
by Genie Leslie
Malaika Danovitz on why we need to shed light on breast pumping in Corporate America so we can give our moms a fighting chance to go back to work, and stay there.
by Malaika Danovitz
BARKER creates "Yo Mama" joke generator in celebration of working mothers.
by Emma Swanson
Bonnie Wan shares her personal and professional transformation in her keynote at the Detroit Minicon.
The 3% interviewed April Pride, founder and CCO of Van der Pop, to discuss her journey into the forefront of the burgeoning cannabis lifestyle industry.
by Laura Wolf
Hear from a best-selling author who has studied time diaries over 1,000 days in the lives of professional women and their families, to reveal a practical approach to life