Mary Emily O'Hara
Mary Emily O'Hara is a diversity and inclusion reporter. O'Hara specializes in covering LGBTQ+ issues and other underrepresented communities. They previously worked at Into, them., MSNBC and NBC News, the Daily Dot and Vice. In 2016, O'Hara won an NLGJA (National Association of LGBTQ Journalists) award for their coverage of transgender healthcare apps and is known for breaking the story of the nation's first legally nonbinary person obtaining legal status that same year. Their continued coverage ultimately helped lead at least 11 U.S. states to add gender-neutral options to driver's licenses and ID cards.
Marketing's favorite bromance joined Brandweek to share tips for authenticity, integrity, and staying the course in your career.
Josh Fletcher heads the Gay Times' in-house agency, offering brands a direct line to LGBTQ+ audiences.
The mayor of Atlanta joined Brandweek to share her leadership strategy and how the city has sustained the recession.
The new initiative connects brands with diverse marketing and advertising vendors.
How Bryan Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative Is Changing False Narratives Around Racism in America
Adweek's 2020 Brand Save honoree on education, the need for 'regime change' and his wishes for the ad industry.
The niece of Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris, Meena Harris runs social impact brand Phenomenal Woman.
The Jacksonville Jaguars is the first team to have a marketing executive overseeing 'social responsibility.'
Latinx marketing leaders joined forces at Adweek summit with a unifying theme: Make your voice heard.
Initiatives that make searching for employees simpler are popping up more than ever before.