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Tiffany Moustakas

Tiffany Moustakas is Adweek's news and engagement editor, where she edits stories, newsletters, assists with social media and writes about the intersection of marketing and culture. She previously worked as an arts and culture reporter and calendar section editor for The Riverdale Press, a Pulitzer Prize-winning community newspaper in the northwest Bronx. Tiffany was also an arts and entertainment reporter for A Plus, Ashton Kutcher's positive journalism site.

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West Elm Unveils Its First Ambassador Program for Content Creators

Brand Marketing

As the West Elm Collective continues growing, Ortega hopes it remains a force for positive influencing.

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As Vaccinations Continue, Gyms Shift to Hybrid Models to Increase Membership Numbers

Brand Marketing

Planet Fitness, Orangetheory and Physique 57 are trying to meet users where they're comfortable.

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ANA and AIMM Outline 6 Actionable Ways Marketers Can Support Asian Communities

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The organizations are providing brands with resources to address systemic racism.

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Eleven by Venus Williams Launches #PrivilegeTax Movement to Highlight the Gender Wage Gap

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Eleven is offering customers an option to pay a 19 cent #PrivilegeTax when they purchase an item.

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Industry Leaders Don’t Want to Talk About Anti-Asian Hate—They Want Something to Change

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

A Facebook and 3AF town hall focused on how brands can effectively support and take action.

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Forget the 6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon. It’s Now 12 Thanks to Visible’s Latest Ad

Brand Marketing

The spot will air during the Grammys on Sunday.

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Marketers Look Back on What They’ve Learned After a Year in Lockdown

Brand Marketing

Industry professionals are prioritizing self-care and respecting boundaries.

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A Short Film for International Women’s Day Highlights the Growing Gender Pay Gap

International Women's Day

We Are Not a Stereotype features 38 women, including creatives from Havas, Droga5 and Grey.

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These Images Accurately Portray What Women Look Like in Leadership Roles

International Women's Day

Getty Images and UN Women’s Unstereotype Alliance co-created a gallery ahead of International Women’s Day.

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Artsy’s OOH Displays Spotlight Black Joy in Black History Month Campaign

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The online art marketplace showcases positive images of community and relaxation.