Symposiums on Gender in Media

Global Symposium 2014 Washington, DC

Washington D.C., U.S. Institute of Peace
September 23, 2014

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Geena Davis

Founder and Chair, Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media
@GDIGM

 

Patricia de Stacy Harrison

President and Chief Executive Officer,Corporation for Public Broadcasting

 

Stacy Smith, PhD

Associate Professor,
USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism

 

PANELS

OTHER SYMPOSIUM LOCATIONS

  • New York, McGraw Hill, Sept. 22
  • Los Angeles, AMC Century City 15, Oct. 6
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    EVENT PHOTOS

    Geena Davis, Global Symposium, Washington DC

    Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media Founder, Geena Davis

    Kathleen Kuehnast, Global Symposium, Washington DC

    Kathleen Kuehnast, Director, Center for Gender & Peacebuilding, U.S. Institute of Peace

    U.S. Institute of Peace, VIP Luncheon, Global Symposium, Washington DC

    U.S. Institute of Peace, VIP Luncheon

    Patricia de Stacy Harrison, President and CEO, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Global Symposium, Washington DC

    Patricia de Stacy Harrison, President and CEO, Corporation for Public Broadcasting

    Dr. Stacy Smith, Assoc. Professor, USC Annenberg School of Communication & Journalism, Global Symposium, Washington DC

    Dr. Stacy Smith, Assoc. Professor, USC Annenberg School of Communication & Journalism

    Panelists, Global Symposium, Washington DC

    Hollywood’s Impact on Societies in Conflict: Hyper Men and Passive Women on the Big Screen – Guest Panelists. From Left to Right: Kathleen Kuehnast, Director, Director, Center for Gender & Peacebuilding, U.S. Institute of Peace, Abigail Disney, Executive Producer, The Trials of Spring, Andrew Levack, Deputy Director, US Programs for Promundo, ill Dougherty, Public Policy Scholar, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Sheldon Himelfarb, Director, Media, Technology and Peacebuilding, U.S. Institute of Peace, Marc Summers, Consultant and Visiting Researcher, African Studies Center, Boston University

    Global Symposium, Washington DC, GDIGM CEO Madeline DiNonno

    Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media CEO Madeline DiNonno

    Geena Davis, Global Symposium, Washington DC

    Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media Founder, Geena Davis

    Megan Beyer, Director, External Affairs, EDGE, Global Symposium, Washington DC

    Megan Beyer, Director, External Affairs, EDGE

    Panelists, Global Symposium, Washington DC

    Stories From Around the World: Empowering Women and Girls Through Film – Guest Panelists. From Left to Right: Megan Beyer, Director, External Affairs, EDGE, Abigail Disney, Executive Producer, The Trials of Spring, Jamie Gordon, Executive Producer, A Path Appears, Carla Koppell, Chief Strategy Officer, United States Agency for International Development, Amelia Hanibelsz, Founder Tell2C Productions, Advisory Council FilmAid International, Angela Guy, Senior Vice President, Diversity and Inclusion, L’Oréal USA, Dr. Stacy Smith, Assoc. Professor, USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism, Elizabeth Frank, Chief Content & Programming Officer,AMC Theatres

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