See Jane Salon – Women of Action: Reinventing the Business of Creativity

Monday, April 17, 2017
Hosted by J. Walter Thompson New York

Media and Entertainment as a whole tends to pigeon hole women into stereotypical categories. The world of creativity is no exception. As a result, women are rarely receiving opportunities to drive non-stereotypical genre, product category and industry.

Our panel of women who have successfully broken through these traditional barriers to reinvent the visual and cultural world we live in, will share their story hoping to inspire a new generation of female creators. Read More…

Women of Action: Breaking Boundaries in the Business of Creativity

Amir and Tass Dossal

Women of Action: Breaking Boundaries in the Business of Creativity

Lucie Greene and Lynn Power

Women of Action: Breaking Boundaries in the Business of Creativity

Mary Lambert and Shinique Smith

Women of Action: Breaking Boundaries in the Business of Creativity

Danny Woodburn

Women of Action: Breaking Boundaries in the Business of Creativity

Lynn Power and Kate Fagan

Women of Action: Breaking Boundaries in the Business of Creativity

Madeline DiNonno, CEO, GDIGM

Women of Action: Breaking Boundaries in the Business of Creativity

Attendees and panelists

Women of Action: Breaking Boundaries in the Business of Creativity

Lynn Power, CEO, J. Walter Thompson New York, and Kate Fagan, Columnist & Feature Writer

Women of Action: Breaking Boundaries in the Business of Creativity

Shinique Smith, Artist

Women of Action: Breaking Boundaries in the Business of Creativity

Mary Lambert, Director

Women of Action: Breaking Boundaries in the Business of Creativity

Thalia Mavros, Founder, The Front

Women of Action: Breaking Boundaries in the Business of Creativity

Panelists: Kate Fagan, Mary Lambert, Thalia Mavros and Shinique Smith

Women of Action: Breaking Boundaries in the Business of Creativity

Panelists: Lynn Power, Kate Fagan, Mary Lambert, Thalia Mavros and Shinique Smith

Women of Action: Breaking Boundaries in the Business of Creativity

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