Brands are like politicians 

The current political climate is tumultuous, and the culture wars playing out in America are just plain exhausting. Brands have to tread lightly or #DeleteUber (yes, I was at Uber for this and it was a communication nightmare). 

So just how do you communicate your positioning on sensitive topics without sounding insincere or bandwagon-y? There's a lot of thought and social real estate that goes behind "social impact" campaigns.

Lucky for you, I've been the creative lead on some pretty big ones.

Did I mention I also founded and currently run a women's group in San Francisco? We're called San Francisco Women's Group. If you can’t tell already I'm v passionate about using my creativity 4 good.   

 
 
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Uber's pledge to prevent sexual assault and domestic violence 

Blurb to come. 

 

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