Execs to Challenge Sexual Harassment in Advertising Industry

A group of 180 senior female advertising executives is partnering with Time’s Up to address sexual harassment and systemic inequality in the advertising industry. In a letter of solidarity posted on the Time’s Up web site, the ad executives state: “Hey, Sisters, we know  … As women in senior leadership positions in advertising, we’ve agreed that we have the power to change this business we love until it looks more like the industry we want to lead.” They write that “old power dynamics are a lot of the problem. Power that blurs the lines between what you get to do/have/touch/ask for/expect and what you don’t.” The group will hold “community gatherings” on May 14 in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago, and create an online forum for reach beyond major cities. They plan to identify policies that have failed women,  mentor people “who represent diversity across the board” and…

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