Global Symposium 2018 Los Angeles

Hosted by Google Venice
April 23, 2018

Our symposiums convene leading CEOs and decision makers in the entertainment industry, corporations, advertising and NGOs interested in the elimination of unconscious gender bias in family entertainment. The purpose of our symposiums is to engage and educate the industry about our latest findings and to also share best practices in order to drive dramatic change to the content that our children are consuming.

Event Info

GDIGM Los Angeles Global Symposium on Gender in Media

Regina Melzer and Dawn Alden

GDIGM Los Angeles Global Symposium on Gender in Media

Healthy options at Symposium Reception

GDIGM Los Angeles Global Symposium on Gender in Media

Rhea Curry, Elizabeth Kilpatrick and Caroline Heldman

GDIGM Los Angeles Global Symposium on Gender in Media

Geena Davis, Founder, and David Fink

GDIGM Los Angeles Global Symposium on Gender in Media

Google Lanyards

GDIGM Los Angeles Global Symposium on Gender in Media

Kathleen Tarr and Geena Davis

GDIGM Los Angeles Global Symposium on Gender in Media

Geena Davis and Megan Ryskamp

GDIGM Los Angeles Global Symposium on Gender in Media

Mary Schwinn, Jazmin Borad, Elizabeth Kilpatrick, Carloline Heldman, Liba Rubenstein, Krishna Somandepalli, Shri Narayanan, Geena Davis, Erika Alexander, Madeline Di Nonno, Rhea Curry, Megan Ryskamp, Courtney McCarthy, Jennifer Vaden Barth

GDIGM Los Angeles Global Symposium on Gender in Media

Courtney McCarthy, Strategist of Computer Science Education in Media, Google

GDIGM Los Angeles Global Symposium on Gender in Media

Symposium Panelists

GDIGM Los Angeles Global Symposium on Gender in Media

Madeline DiNonno, CEO, Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media

GDIGM Los Angeles Global Symposium on Gender in Media

Symposium Panelists

GDIGM Los Angeles Global Symposium on Gender in Media

Erika Alexander with students from Baradene College

GDIGM Los Angeles Global Symposium on Gender in Media

Geena Davis with students from Baradene College

IF SHE CAN SEE IT, SHE CAN BE IT
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