The Mixed Company Crew went to and hosted events during Advertising Week. From diversity panels like, past guest's God-is Rivera's event 'Woke, Lit & Ready' A Black Twitter Salute, to MAFA NY's Next Level Workshop, we're giving recaps.
Creative Director and Entrepreneur Mariam Guessous dropped the mic on the Ad industry when she wrote her op-ed 'I Cannes-NOT do it anymore'. She joins us this week for an in-depth conversation about her reasons for leaving her agency and the event that sparked her fire to create her own path.
To win in competitive industries, you need to be a hustler. And hustlers don't take Summers off. Gina Soloperto, Founder of Glue NY, joined us to give some tips for making Summers hotbeds for greatness.
God-is Rivera is an Associate Director of Social Media Strategy, who created the in-depth analysis on the cultural phenom known as Black Twitter that was showcased by the 4A's. She joins us this week to share some insights from her presentation, ‘Woke, Lit & Ready: A Guide to Understanding Black Twitter’.
There are thin lines between celebration, exploitation, and appropriation in marketing. When campaigns are done right, social media will go hard for brands, but when done wrong, wigs will be pushed back. So, how can brands avoid digging their own graves? Aminata Sow of 'Wake Up Black Wall Street' joins us to discuss.
Misogyny in the workplace isn’t a women’s problem. It’s everyone’s problem. On this episode, the crew discusses how men and women can be better allies when advocating against unfair gender practices at work.
2016 will stand out in history books for all the reasons. As it comes to a close, Kai, Karinna, Simeon, and special guest, Dr. Amber M. Chenevert break down the year's biggest Diversity and Inclusion headlines, the progression, regression, and vision for 2017.
History is daring us to allow it to repeat what it did in Nazi Germany. And as everyone waits for it to play out or for someone else to step up, they're failing to acknowledge that they have options in the matter: stand by and watch worst case scenarios happen or stand up and be a part of the change. Kai, Karinna, Simeon and their guest, Neisha Tweed Bell, discuss how to activate your dreams for a better tomorrow, or not.