Blog posts related to the 2015 Annual Fall Conference in New York City.
The quote above I typed into Twitter two hours ago as part of a #ConvosWithADCOLOR Twitter chat about diversity. They kindly turned it into a little piece of art (thank you, Justin Adu).
It's the perfect cue card to introduce the theme for the 2017 3% Conference: Beyond Gender.
Emiliana Torrens, CEO of POSSIBLE Buenos Aires, shares her experience at her first 3% Conference and discusses the #PorMuchasMas gender diversity movement in Latin America.
Joan Snyder Kuhl and Julius L. Dunn, II discussed findings from their study, "Misunderstood Millennial Talent." Recap by Shameka Brown Barbosa.
The 2016 3% Conference Creative Director track emphasized that we need engagement from CD leadership like never before if we're to achieve equality. Recap by Deanna Paquette.
Key insights from in-depth research on what we know, what we don’t, and the questions we need to ask on gender equality in advertising. Recap by Melissa Beseda.
The 2016 3% Conference Emerging Creative track covered creative briefs, solutions, and presentation skills for (and from) tomorrow's creative leaders. Recap by Jessi Brown.
Key learnings from The 3% Conference's four tracks—Manbassadors, HR/Talent, Emerging Creatives, and Creative Directors—recapped by Christian Jaekle.
Frustrated by the incremental rate of change in the ad industry, Cindy Gallop wants to see ACTION. And she told 3% Conference-goers how.
In advertising, how often are we handed a brief with a problem and in our desire to get right to the answer, we forget to ask the right questions? Steve Almond and Kat Gordon discuss at the 2016 3% Conference how to protect your problem-solving powers and find solutions outside the office in strange and wonderful ways.
What are you gonna do about it? Marley Dias, founder of the #1000BlackGirlBooks movement, has a story so inspiring that Kat Gordon based the theme of the 2016 3% Conference on it.