Meet the 2017 i’mPART Fellows

The i’mPART Fellowship Program is a year-long experience for women who submitted winning applications. Out of over 160 women who applied or were nominated, 12 were chosen for this unique, AD Club-curated experience that provides the winners unparalleled training opportunities, access to major industry events, and executive level mentorship. Meet this year’s class: Not Pictured: … More Meet the 2017 i’mPART Fellows

gyro Taps Angela Kyle as Head of New Business Development for the U.S.

Proven new business executive joins from Wolff Olins gyro, the world’s first full-service global creative B2B powerhouse, has hired Angela Kyle as the Head of New Business Development in the U.S. Kyle is a proven global new business leader with 20 years’ experience client-side as well as at agencies in both the U.S. and the … More gyro Taps Angela Kyle as Head of New Business Development for the U.S.

Advertising Club of NY, Andy Awards Ask Other Award Shows to Ban Gender Bias

Pete Favat, chairman of the 2017 International Andy Awards, and Gina Grillo, president and CEO of the Advertising Club of New York, are asking other industry award shows to ban work that reflects gender bias. Earlier this week, Ad Age reported that the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity has agreed to tell all jurors … More Advertising Club of NY, Andy Awards Ask Other Award Shows to Ban Gender Bias

Modern Advice from Century Old Series

This past fall’s Advertising and Marketing Series celebrated a century of programming.  Born out of fulfilling an educational need for soldiers coming back from World War I, The ADVERTISING Club of New York took it upon them to offer professional services that would lead to employment in the relatively new professional industry of communications. Today … More Modern Advice from Century Old Series

Bravery isn’t an extraordinary feat; it is doing the right thing.

Latest Redefining Bravery hits home on the importance of social justice in media. The first person to cross the Brooklyn Bridge was the woman responsible for building it. Emily Warren Roebling, the first woman engineer helped connect Manhattan to Brooklyn in 1883, just a few short years before the ADVERTISING Club of New York was … More Bravery isn’t an extraordinary feat; it is doing the right thing.