Jan 27, 2021
Posted in: News
The Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture will host a virtual panel discussion, titled "A Shift in Culture: How Women Are Changing Advertising," as part of the Robertson School Speaker Series. The event will be live streamed as a Zoom webinar from 6 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 4.
You can view the livestream via a Zoom webinar at the time of the event. Please register in advance. You will also be able to view the live stream on the Robertson School's Facebook page at the time of the event.
The following panelists will participate in the discussion:
Elizabeth Paul, Chief Strategy Officer at The Martin Agency
Ari Abad, Junior Strategist at TBWA\Media Arts Lab
Crystal Douglas, UX/UI Designer at COLAB
Nomin Boutchard, Senior Art Director, Publicis Seattle
The event will be moderated by Robertson School Professor Jessica Collins. The panelists will be answering your questions during the event. You can post questions in the Q&A function of the Zoom webinar and on the Facebook livestream as well as tweet questions with the hashtag #VCURobertson.
Please also mark your calendars for two additional virtual Speaker Series events during the spring semester:
"Post Black Lives Matter: New Beginnings:" On Thursday, Feb. 25, 6-7 p.m., Robertson School Professors Aloni Hill and Vivian Medina-Messner will moderate a panel discussion with Anthony Antoine, anchor at NBC12, Regina H. Boone, staff photojournalist at the Richmond Free Press, and Michael Paul Williams, columnist at the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
"Developing a Creative Mindset:" On Thursday, April 1, 7-8 p.m., Robertson School Professor Scott Sherman will welcome Ken Marcus, senior writer at The Martin Agency.