AD2SF and Twitter Present #SocialJustice
A panel discussion about how Twitter is utilizing Twitter internally and externally to bring awareness to issues around the world. Find out more about how we interact with each other and how Twitter has helped move the dial forward when it comes to diversity and inclusion, LGBTQ acceptance and women equality.
Learn more about their current “#” photo campaign, cause related custom emoji’s, movements such as #BlackLivesMatter #PantsSuitNation and also how major brands and fortune 500 companies have utilized Twitter in order to show their support to certain movements or world issues.
Adu, AD2 Director of Diversity & ACD at Carol H. Williams Advertising
Ivan Cash is an award-winning artist, filmmaker, and creative director who believes in the power of human connection.
His conceptually-driven, genre-bending media projects spark meaningful conversation and impact culture, having been featured in The New York Times, CNN, TIME, The Guardian, Fast Company, Buzzfeed, and received multiple Vimeo Staff Picks and Webby Honorees.
He has been recognized as a 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 artist, an Art Directors Club Young Gun, a Print New Visual Artist, and was named one of Fast Company’s ‘Most Innovative Companies.’ He has lectured at companies, conferences, and universities around the world, worked with global agencies including Wieden+Kennedy and 72andSunny, and collaborated with multinational brands including Airbnb, Facebook, MTV, L’Oreal, and Toyota.
His work is in the permanent collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and has exhibited internationally, from the Brooklyn Museum to the Australian Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences.
Robert Lambrechts, Co-Executive Creative Director at Periera & O’Dell
Carol Hood, Senior Copywriter at Carol H. Williams Advertising
Thursday, March 2nd 2017 from 6pm-8pm
Drinks and light refreshments will be served
Sponsored by Twitter
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