#SeeHer related issues in the news.
Katie Couric’s career as a digital storyteller continues: She’s been tapped to host “#SeeHer Story,” an inspirational weekly digital series spotlighting “often-overlooked women” for People magazine. The show is part of parent company
“Breaking the Glass Ceiling” is the next step in Ford’s ongoing outreach to women, said Al Uzielli, head of Ford global brand entertainment.
“It’s so important now more than ever in this amazing age of woman empowerment to continue to have these multi-dimensional characters who are strong and powerful but they are also flawed and human and relatable and realistic and they are doing whatever comes authentically to them,”... “I think th
Queen Collective is part of Chief Brand Officer Marc Pritchard's promise to reinvent advertising
In a matter of just hours, AT&T and Tribeca brought one filmmaker’s dream to life with the award of a $1 million prize through its AT&T Presents: Untold Stories program. AT&T provides the financial support and Tribeca provides mentorship from notable industry profe
Meredith set to unveil expanded IGTV slate at next weeks NewFronts. Other priorities on tap at Meredith include the #SeeHer initiative, for which a full slate of programming is coming, Newman says.
AdWeek's "CMO Moves" interviews Chief Brand Officer of WW and #SeeHer Co-Founder Gail Tifford and names her Chairwoman of their new Women Trailblazers Council. Her leadership in media portrayal of women is rivaled b
VH1's annual Mother's Day celebration Dear Mama: A Love Letter to Mom returns May 6 with some special performances and tributes.
As Shonda Rhimes notes, "With her nuanced characters, Sandra Oh has chosen to fearlessly take up space in a universe that has not always made space for her. Now, the power of her talented presence makes space for others.
Marc Pritchard has been "a voice of conscience for the marketing industry."
When Marc Pritchard speaks, the advertising industry listens.
In February 2018, after an Association of National Advertisers study found that 55 percent of adults believe women are portrayed negatively in media, AT&T Communications Chief Brand Officer Fiona Carter persuaded the company to publicly commit to remove all bias from its advertising and media
L’Oreal’s Bold New Ad Campaign Has a Message for Men: Hire More Women