The advertising industry has made progress in elevating and celebrating female leadership.
The latest example is the elevation of Suzanne Powers, McCann Worldgroup’s global chief strategy officer, expanding her title to global president yesterday.
But after a year like 2020, it’s clear the conversations we’ve been having about women in the workplace can be colorblind.
It’s true that, compared to men, women overall are paid less for doing the same work, take on more household and child-rearing responsibilities and generally face more bias in the workplace.
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