This International Women’s day, join the team of SheSays as they delve into the different ways to break into the creative industry through a panel discussion and a collaborative workshop.
The pandemic has taken a toll on women in the creative industries pushing the gender pay gap even wider than before. Which is why it’s so important for more women to break into the creative industry.
Are you struggling to get your foot in the door? Have you always wondered how other people got started? Or are you just starting out? Kickstart your journey into the creative industry with the SheSays team, Erin Aniker and Natalie Narh as they discuss their highs and lows breaking into their industries followed by a workshop. We will conclude the event with a chance to network with other fellow creatives.
– Panel chat on their breaking into their industries stories
– Network session
Joyce is a Dutch senior Art Director working at Ogilvy. Up until last month she was was the President of SheSays, a global organisation that helps women advance in the creative industries. She’s the founder of art seeks copy / copy seeks art and has been named one of Adland’s top 30 female rising stars.
Melissa is a senior Art Director working in advertising and the head of social for SheSays. With over 9 years of experience, her work has taken her around the world, from shoots in Europe to launching a brand in Tokyo. Outside of this, she works with SheSays to create equal opportunities for women.
Originally from Marseille and now based in London, Nadina Ali is a self-taught graphic artist and designer with a love for colour and bold typography. Her work is centred on creating empowering messages around social justice, representation and mental health. She also aims to amplify the voices of under-represented people through her work.
Erin Aniker is an Illustrator whose bold and colourful people driven illustrations draw inspiration from her upbringing and love of her home city of London, her dual Turkish and British heritage, appreciation of Islamic art and patterns and the inclusive community she has grown up with in east London.
Natalie is the co-founder of New comma, a new platform that aims to connect native and diaspora African creatives. The site will showcase creative work while also offering jobs, training and mentoring for marginalised groups looking to work in the creative industry.