Amid a rising general consciousness over the past few years on the topic of diversity and inclusion, the advertising industry has owned the forefront, with agencies and industry players making bold moves to transform their working environments and cultures across the board, once and for all. Notably, in the watershed of the past year alone, our collective voice has galvanized to an even more vociferous level as the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements made the imperative clearer than it has ever been. Diversity and inclusion are no longer negotiable, and women are leading the industry charge -- look no further than Time's Up Advertising (TUA) and the open letter signed by 140 women at the upper echelons of agency land and the brand marketing ecosystem.
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