- AFC Live March 19 event: Identify Theft: Postponed
Out of an abundance of caution and concern given current events, the Advertising for Change Board has determined it would be wise to postpone this AFC event, originally scheduled for March 19 at Fitzco. As soon as normalcy returns, we will reschedule asap.
AFC Live presents: Identify Theft: Avoiding Suppression of Cultural Expression
Join us in discussing cultural, corporate and individual influences that are threatening identity & cultural expression, and what changes we (in advertising and as individuals) can make to protect it.
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Marketing Director of the Beltline
For more than 18 years, Twanna Harris lead successful marketing initiatives for The Coca-Cola Company, United Way, Procter & Gamble and various others. Twanna joined the Atlanta Beltline as vice president of content and strategic initiatives in 2018, and she aims to use her role to shed light on a different type of genius that comes from the perspective of those who are impoverished.
Director, Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC), Sprite
Dipal Shah joined the The Coca-Cola Company in 2016, and leads the content marketing efforts for Sprite in the United States. Prior to TCCC, she spent a decade in New York cutting her teeth at Saatchi & Saatchi, Wieden + Kennedy, and co:collective.
VP of Marketing at Usher’s New Look
Known for applying a non-traditional approach to marketing and brand building, Kim Williams currently serves as VP of Marketing at Usher’s New Look, a non-profit dedicated to transforming the lives of under-resourced youth by developing them into passion-driven leaders. Kim has more than 25 years of experience in the Media, Management Consulting and Advertising industries with clients including Newell Rubbermaid, The Home Depot and The Coca-Cola Company.
* Photo Release Policy: Please note that this event will be recorded and photos will be taken. Your attendance is permission for AFC to show footage and images on any of our owned properties. If you do not wish to be filmed or photographed, when you arrive at the event please find an AFC member to discuss.
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