Last year, SATURDAY MORNING promised to bring about change in how diversity and inclusion issues are addressed in corporate America and advertising. Today, they share the progress they have made working with the business and a growing group of Universities. They will also share how they solved the Peace Brief with an eye-opening product that answers the question they posed: “the police and the communities they serve – how do we reduce the violence?” Presenting are Keith Cartwright, Geoff Edwards, and Jayanta Jenkins.
One year after forming the SATURDAY MORNING movement, its founders, four leading creative African American men, will talk about how they are using the power of creativity to address the issues of diversity and racial division. They will reveal their engagement with corporate America’s CEO Initiative to change the foundation of how business operates internally and externally - making diversity and inclusion a priority. And they will share how they are working with colleges and University’s to include the next generation of creatives in their mission.
Presenting on behalf of SATURDAY MORNING are Co-founders, Keith Cartwright, Executive Creative Director at Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners, Geoff Edwards, Co-Head Creative at Creative Artists Agency, Kwame Taylor-Hayford, Managing Director Chobani and Nicole Cramer, Chief of Staff at SATURDAY MORNING.
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