#SeeHer related issues in the news.
But this morning Nooyi’s successor, Ramon Laguarta, changed that by promoting Paula Santilli to CEO of PepsiCo’s Latin America operation, a $7.4 billion business, which reports directly to him.
Today we announce our third new Brandweek Council, the Women Trailblazers Council! Through the collective efforts of Adweek and Brandweek (formerly known as Marketer Moves), we have had the honor to share inspirational stories and tips for success from trailblazing women throughout the years.
The Disney/Marvel tentpole has now surpassed the overseas lifetimes of several superhero pics including stablemates Ant-Man And The Wasp, Thor: The Dark World, Guardians Of The Galaxy 1 & 2, Doctor Strange and the first Captain America.
With March being Women’s History Month, the African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) will celebrate women in cinema with events in Los Angeles and Atlanta on March 23, honoring veteran producer
Gillette has just launched a recycling program with waste management company TerraCycle to collect all sorts of disposable razors, including cartridge units and the plastic packaging encasing razors.
When three high-powered executives couldn’t find positive female role models in the media, they created #SeeHer to change the narrative from within. Katie Couric joins their ranks.
YouTube star Lilly Singh is taking over the Last Call With Carson Daly spot on NBC, making her the only woman late-night talk show host on a broadcast network.
Margaret Johnson, the Goodby Silverstein & Partners partner and chief creative officer, is behind a new app that debuted at SXSW promising to celebrate stories of women typically omitted from history textbooks.
Citi, fresh off a self-published report on its own double-digit pay gap, wants to inject some female empowerment into the beleaguered music business.
It’s International Women’s Day, and once again brands are out in full force to support women around the world. It’s become commonplace for brands to launch a campaign, announce fundraising for female-focused funds and so on during the month of March and in honor of this day specifically.
Ads in NYT, Chicago Tribune and L.A. Times promote the brand's #SeeHer partnership
She arrived at the 1959 New York Toy Fair in a striped bathing suit donning red lipstick and her trademark blonde pony tail. And after 60 years, it is Barbie who continues to touch the lives of young girls as the doll befriends children in households across the country.