Profiles in Black Creativity: Davianne Harris Highlights Healthcare Disparities

Her campaign for Acessa raised awareness of uterine fibroids, but also women's health more broadly

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Throughout Black History Month, we’re partnering with agency owner Derek Walker on a series that highlights the ideas, perspectives and successes of Black advertising professionals.

Today we feature a campaign from Davianne Harris, Oberland’s partner and head of strategy. The campaign was for Acessa, a procedure that treats fibroids, which are noncancerous growths in the uterus that can cause painful symptoms. 

Read her words below.

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Derek Walker: Why are you proud of this work? 

Davianne Harris: I am proud of this work because it reflects real women suffering from fibroids, a condition affecting 70%

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