1. Nurturing the next generation of fearless leaders in our industry through our Creative Leaders Fellowship Program — a formal mentorship and training program focused on starting and running a creative business with priority given to creatives who identify as BIPOC, queer, transgender, non-binary and/or or women.
2. Spreading the truth about this stuff by sharing the story behind the stats as part of our “Truth” speaking series — a radical talk we give to student and professional groups across the country.
3. Partnering with other industry advocates to create tools like this Resource Guide that help educate our peers in the creative industry on how they can join us in making change.
4. And, on the creative tip, we started a collaborative street-level awareness campaign in 2015 aimed at confronting the creative industry’s condoned culture of misogyny and racism using design, music, art, and other creative expressions.