Q&A: Two Leading Adwomen Discuss IPG's Upcoming Cannes Breakfast With #MeToo's Tarana Burke

Kim Getty and Heide Gardner talk diversity and inclusion

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IPG is continuing conversations around diversity and inclusion, leading the way for those on the MeToo movement to be sparked at the 2018 Lions festival by inviting a lineup of powerhouse female leaders to drive hard discussions on these topics at its eighth-annual Cannes breakfast.

This year’s program, “Women at Work,” will celebrate “sheroes” who have led the industry to change. Notable speakers will include Tarana Burke, civil rights activist and founder of the #MeToo movement; Gloria Steinem, writer, lecturer, political activist and feminist organizer; and The New York Times general editor Jessica Bennett, who will present research on the use of diverse imagery in media during a conversation called “You Can’t Be What You Can’t See.”




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