Be Bold: Taking Risks To Rise Up
One of my favorite quotes is from Katharine Hepburn, "If you obey all the rules, you miss all the fun." I've been called the Chief Troublemaker my whole career because I've been known to break the rules that make no sense. Here are some of this month's heartbeat moments where we rewrote the rules.
In The Girls’ Lounge @ NBCUniversal, Tiffany Dufu, author of Drop The Ball, said, “If you want something you've never had before, you're going to have to do something you've never done before!”
At the Ad Club's Master Class on authenticity, I reinforced, “You can't help others or be effective if you don't have confidence in who you are and what you stand for."
During the all-male panel at the ColorComm Conference, it was clear that, "We need to coach men on how to support women, because equality can only happen when we work together."
We released the second edition of The Modern Guide to Equality to help leaders reimagine the workplace, bring more feminine qualities to the table, and tackle unconscious bias. When you put women in any equation, the equation gets better.

The old rules were written by and for men, and they're no longer working in today's modern workplace. We need to write new rules to transform culture. I always say, if we could have done it alone, we would have by now. Let's create the change we want to see...together.

Lessons From Female Explorers On How To Rise Up
From bravery to quieting your inner critic, these National Geographic explorers share lessons in the Girls' Lounge @ Cannes Lions on how they have overcome bias in a male-dominated industry. Read more in my latest Forbes article.
If You Can See Her, You Can Be Her

We hosted an inspiring evening with our #SeeHer strategic partner, CAA, to engage entertainment leaders, talent, and influencers. ANA AFE's #SeeHer is leading the movement to accurately portray women and girls in media so that by 2020, we see ourselves reflected as we truly are. Learn more about #SeeHer here.


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