Events

  • AFC Live Presents: Using Your Platform to Evoke Change

    Your voice is your biggest platform, not just your job title. We’re gathering podcasters, brands, advertisers and activists alike to tell us how they made change happen in their own way – and how you can do the same. Join us for an in-depth discussion on giving rise to change. Whether at work or in your social circles, walk away inspired to be the change you want to see.

    AFC LIVE
    SEPTEMBER 19, 2019

    9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
    22Squared

    1170 PEACHTREE STREET NE, ATLANTA, GA 30309


    Guest Speakers

    Richard Rose

    President of the NAACP Atlanta Chapter

    Our guest speaker, Richard Rose, President of the NAACP Atlanta Chapter has been at the forefront of change since the Civil Rights movement. Come listen and discuss how his grassroots approach helped us get where we are today. You’ll be sure to walk away inspired to use your own platform to make a difference.

    Hannah Mason

    Host of Woke Wednesdays Podcast

    Meet change-maker, Hannah Mason, host of the Woke Wednesdays podcast, dedicated to discussing the issues that matter with a new subject each week. Come listen and discuss how Hannah uses her platform to evoke change. You’ll be sure to walk away inspired to use your own platform to make a difference.

    Annette Sally

    #LikeAGirl Campaign

    22squared’s very own Annette Sally is one of the brilliant brains behind P&G’s “Like A Girl” campaign. Come listen and discuss how she helped move one of the largest brands to make a bold statement. You’ll be sure to walk away inspired to use your own platform to make a difference.

Past events

Advancing Women in Marketing Technology, presented by AFC Live and VivaTech


In May 2019, AFC hosted a discussion of the value and variables of succeeding as a female in a marketing technology career. Our speaker and panelists shared their unique career paths, insights and advice on what it takes to thrive in this typically male-dominated industry.

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