Tamara Littleton Is Passionate About Helping Brands Have a Human Connection

The founder is helping break down stigmas while boosting brands on social media

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Tamara Littleton has made fighting against discrimination and advocating for marginalized groups an important part of both social-media-centric organizations that she runs.

Littleton is the founder and CEO behind London-based social media agency The Social Element and co-founder of social media crisis-management platform Polpeo. The former helps define brand strategies, advises on tone and assists with adhering to and defending brand values. From fostering “an inclusive environment where people can be themselves at work” to keeping a close eye on discrimination cases against platforms, Littleton and Polpeo co-founder and COO Kate Hartley keep their fingers on the pulse to ensure that their teams and clients alike are satisfied and not making avoidable mistakes.

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