The tweet above I posted in Toronto when there for our 3% MiniCon. I'd wandered into Sephora and this rainbow of helpfulness and cheer descended upon me. Her name was Solana. It wasn't enough to thank her. So I tweeted to the company, mentioned her name and location, and said these magic four words:
You should promote her.
Huge thanks to Adobe for their ongoing commitment to students being a key part of The 3% movement! The Adobe Student Scholar competition launches today and will enable 12 students to attend The 3% Conference free of charge (including a travel stipend).
Introducing Side Hustles, a new series on the 3% Blog where we'll regularly profile creative women's pursuits outside agency walls. Side Hustles will feed our creativity in novel ways and remind us to dream big about the light and heat we bring into the world. Are you hustling? Let us know! Email rebeccabwrites [at] gmail [dot] com.
A majority of women felt this year's Super Bowl ads were more respectful to women. But we've still got a ways to go when it comes to respecting women behind the scenes.
Carrie Ingoglia on the importance of female peers.
A look back to Dame Stephanie Shirley, the most successful tech entrepreneur you've never heard of, who helped pave the way for the modern working woman.
Guest post by Max Rutherford
Since October 2015’s 3% Conference, I’ve been spellbound and intrigued by this ingenious word called “Manbassador.”
Guest post by Claudia Camargo
Session Recap by Shameka Brown Barbosa
Conference Session Recap by Christena J. Pyle