Few brands have to simultaneously navigate how to talk to users as a brand and how to talk to other brands that want access to their users. But that’s the position Spotify and Reddit find themselves in. That’s why, ahead of the Jan. 8 kickoff of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where both brands will be pitching fellow marketers, Brandweek asked Spotify’s global vp of partner solutions, Danielle Lee, and Reddit’s COO, Jen Wong, to chat about diversity and inclusion, how they work with other advertisers and more. The conversation has been edited and condensed for clarity. Lee and Wong will also be together at CES on the “New Rules of Engagement in the Disrupted Age” panel, Jan. 9 at 11 a.m.