ColorComm founder Lauren Wesley Wilson named to Glass Lions jury. The Glass Lions were created by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and her organization Lean In to recognize the best ad campaigns that address gender equality.
Founded in 2011, ColorComm, Inc. serves more than 40,000 professionals across the ColorComm Network.
ColorComm, Inc. is the nation’s leading women’s platform addressing diversity & inclusion across the communications, marketing, advertising, and media industries. ColorComm, Inc. is the holding company for ColorComm Network, ColorComm Media Group, and Men of Color in Communications.
ColorComm Network is a national professional membership organization with chapters located in New York, Washington, DC, Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas, Houston, Miami, and London. ColorComm Network produces over 100 local programs a year, C2 (ColorComm’s 8th Annual Executive Conference in Miami, Florida), C2 NextGen, ColorComm Fellows Program & ColorCommCon.
The right way to incorporate an inclusive and diversified work environment is to embrace the concept of equal opportunity for all.
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“ColorComm has placed women in hundreds of jobs, created a community for inclusion, and has given women the resources to advance in work and in their personal lives,” Wilson said.
Know Your Value millennial contributor Daniela Pierre-Bravo, alongside a group of other successful women, shared their best career advice at Friday’s ColorComm Next Generation Summit in New York City.