Portrait of Luz Corona

Luz Corona

Luz Corona is the community editor at Adweek.

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This Project Challenges the Perpetual Foreigner Stereotype

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Behind the scenes of #IAmFromHere, a modern AAPI portrait series.

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AAPI Voices Shaping the Future of Representation

Voice

A series on AAPI cultural nuances and societal challenges marketers need to know.

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#IAmFromHere: A Modern AAPI Portrait Series

Creative

Inspired by a TikTok tutorial, the series aims to challenge the 'perpetual foreigner' stereotype through impactful visuals.

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How Maya Lasry Got To Where She is Today: ‘Fast & Furious’ Ads and Early Social Media

Women Trailblazers

CMO of Dwayne Johnson's Seven Bucks Productions talks entertainment marketing and venturing way outside her comfort zone.

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Visual Artist Patek Is Combating Black Stereotypes Through Bold, Powerful Art

Creative Thinkers

A one-on-one with the artist behind Adweek’s Black History Month illustrations.

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WeTransfer Editor in Chief Isn’t Just Telling Stories—She’s Earning Oscar Nods

Women Trailblazers

How Holly Fraser went from humble journalist beginnings to making award-worthy films.

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Voices of Tomorrow: Creating a More Equitable Working World for Women in Advertising

Voice

A Women's History Month series on how the industry can ensure progress.

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First-Gen Vietnamese American Sisters Are Resetting The American Dining Table

Women Trailblazers

Omsom founders Kim and Vanessa Pham are becoming the business leaders they wished they saw growing up.

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Black History Month Voice Series

Voice

Perspective pieces to highlight what the industry should be aware of when marketing to the Black community.

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From Dove to Guinness, Kathy Parker Has A Gift for Creating Timeless Campaigns

Women Trailblazers

The global CMO at Bacardi discusses work on legacy campaigns and moments of personal growth along the way.