Diversity — going beyond the obvious
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Your mission: Inspire every home in the United States to take one single action.
Where do you start? How do you reach the many diverse audiences across the country? That was the challenge for the creative partners from Reingold, Culture ONE World, and TDW+Co. in the months and years leading up to the 2020 Census.
Embracing diversity and giving a voice to underrepresented communities is a goal for many creative professionals. Translating those aspirations into meaningful connections can sometimes be a challenge. The work to inspire millions of Americans to respond to the decennial census — as well as other creative campaigns — has provided actionable insights for creating such connections.
Join us for a conversation about making creative work more inclusive and relevant to diverse audiences. As a creative community, pushing beyond the obvious can help us all grow — and find an authentic voice.
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Executive Creative Director, TDW+Co.
Chien Hwang, is a creative leader whose work has been recognized by Cannes, LIAA, AICP, Clio, New York Festivals, as well as in China including Long xi, China 4As, Adfest and by the 3AF for AAPI excellence.
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Creative Director, Reingold Inc.
Patrick Harrington is a modern storyteller, passionate to tell impactful brand stories in this ever-evolving marketplace.
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Senior Vice President, Group Account Director, Culture ONE World
Ariana brings over 13 years of experience managing teams, developing strategies with a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion, and working with national organizations and trusted voices to help clients reach diverse communities.
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