Symposiums on Gender in Media

Global Symposiums 2014 New York

New York, McGraw Hill
September 22, 2014

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Geena Davis

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

Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, PhD

United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women

Stacy Smith, PhD

Associate Professor,
USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism

PANELS

OTHER SYMPOSIUM LOCATIONS

EVENT PHOTOS

Also see Members-only Video

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City, Geena Davis

Founder Geena Davis

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Global Storytelling: Portrayals of Women and Girls. From left to right: Marc Choueiti, USC, Angie Wang, Peace is Loud, Nanette Braun, UN Women, Amelia Hanibelsz, Tell2C Productions, Dete Meserve, Wind Dancer Films and Elizabeth Frank, AMC Theaters

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Media Impact on Global Issues Concerning Women and Girls. From Left to right: Kate Pieper, USC, Doreen Bogden-Martin, ITU, Angela Guy, L’Oreal, Sundaa Bridget-Jones, The Rockefeller Foundation, Gary Barker, Promundo, Moira Forbes, Forbes.

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Plumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director, UN Women

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Plumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director, UN Women and Geena Davis

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Tam Tam performs during the opening of the 2nd Global Symposium on Gender in Media NY

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Dr. Stacy Smith, USC Annenberg School of Communication

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Madeline Di Nonno, CEO, Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Tam Tam and Geena Davis

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Geena Davis and Angela Guy, L’Oreal

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Madeline Di Nonno, Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, Geena Davis and Sundaa Bridget-Jones, The Rockefeller Foundation

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Dete Meserve, Wind Dancer Films and Geena Davis

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Doreen Bogden-Martin, ITU Geena Davis and Debi Taylor-Tate

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Amelia Hanibelsz, Tell2C and Geena Davis

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Marc Choueiti and Geena Davis

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Elizabeth Frank, AMC Theaters and Geena Davis

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Claudia Chan and Geena Davis

Gender on Media Global Symposium, New York City,

Sandy Gleysteen, CBS News and Geena Davis

Event Photos: © 2014 Clifford Pickett All Rghts Reserved

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