Few organizations have women in active leadership roles. And although there are more women graduates from higher education in creative industries, women still earn 20% less than men. So why are women so underrepresented as leaders?
Let’s hear from some of our local women leaders. AIGA Tampa Bay is proud to have a few talented women joining us for a panel discussion on women leadership in creative professions. Our panelists include Djenee T. Dunn of D.TAMU and Marti + Cait of Bridge and Bloom. They will discuss the highs and lows of their careers, how they got to where they are today, and what they’re planning to do next.
Join us in celebrating, empowering, and connecting women in design within our community.
Saturday, November 3, 2018
Panel Check-In: 12:30 PM
Panel Begins: 1:00 PM
The Art Institute of Tampa
4401 N Himes Ave #150
Tampa, FL 33614
Thank you to our sponsors, The Art Institute of Tampa and Fig and Julep.
More about the speakers:
Djenee T. Dunn
Djeneé is the Owner and Brand Stylist at D.TAMU, a boutique brand-styling agency helping organizations merge the gap between content and design. Djeneé works with a variety of industries to create the best versions of their brands, sits on numerous non-profits boards, and volunteers regularly in the community. Born and raised in the US Virgin Islands, Djeneé moved to Tampa at the age of 17, and graduated from the University of Tampa with a degree in Advertising and Public Relations.
Marti + Cait from Bridge and Bloom
Bridge + Bloom is an innovative branding studio inspired to make the world a more beautiful place. By partnering with passionate brands, we produce authentic and meaningful work that shares their story. Our work focuses on curating a holistic, intuitive, and successful brand experience that extends from deep understanding of development to strong web presence.