Second Symposium on Gender in Media – Morning

Global Researcher Roundtable at the Second Symposium on Gender in Media

December 15, 2010 • Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles

A Global Researcher Roundtable was held during the morning session at The Second Symposium on Gender in Media. This roundtable consisted of leading executives, researchers, and entertainment industry companies, sharing best practices and innovative approaches to improve gender equality and reduce stereotypes in children’s media.

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Madeline Di Nonno (CEO, Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media) and David Kleeman (President, American Center for Children and Media)

Lincoln Wallen (Head of Research & Development, DreamWorks Animation)

Nanette Braun (Chief of Communications & Advocacy, UN Women)

Dr. Stacy Smith (USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism)

Marc Choueiti (USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism)

Clare Bresnahan (Public Policy & Advocacy Associate, Girl Scouts)

Linda Simensky (VP, Children’s Programming, PBS)

Dr. Michael Cohen (The Michael Cohen Group)

Kristin Simmons (VP, Worldwide Motion Picture Group at Ipsos OTX Media)

Richard Gottlieb (CEO, USA Toy Experts & Global Toy News)

Kimberly Salmond (Senior Researcher, Research & Outreach, Girl Scouts)

Dounia Turrill (SVP Insights, The Nielsen Company)

Amy Granados (USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism)

Vincent Bruzzese (President, Worldwide Motion Picture Group at Ipsos OTX Media)

Dr. Rebecca Collins (Director, Health Promotion & Disease Prevention Program, RAND)

 

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