There are so few female creatives because men approve, buy and judge the work, Rosie Arnold writes
The industry has benefited from strong female leadership. The creative director at Possible is looking for more women peers.
Charlotte Beers, former chairman and CEO of Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide, told an Advertising Week audience that women need to worry less about being popular than being persuasive.
Brian Krzanich outlines the future of computing and pledges to set industry standard for more diversity
As they accelerate the industry's commitment to diversity, advertising professionals need not be colorblind, but "color brave"
In the aftermath of Valentine's day, 3%'s video celebrates "manbassadors" who recognize the business value of diversity
Saatchi & Saatchi Los Angeles' director of digital strategy calls for more women in the mobile marketing industry
Leading marketers at Advertising Week talk about how to get on the road to diverse digital leadership. Hint: It starts with talent
Eleven's CEO discusses the self-reflective process required to turn best intentions into realized diversity goals
Absolutely nothing, says FCB's global chief talent officer, yet name-based bias happens much too often
Lessons from the 3% Conference
A new survey finds that many employers say their efforts to retain a diverse workforce are successful. But young PR practitioners don't see it that way
Dan Read, associate creative director at DDB California, says agencies should embrace the new wave of "jack of all trades" creative talent
While the PR industry is becoming increasingly open to the idea of flexible working, there remains a perception that it applies only to women, leaving male employees to suffer in silence