2017 HAATBP Speaker

Emily Elyshevitz

Creative Manager / Recruiter,
Ogilvy

When young talent, seasoned creatives, and strangers call you Mama Goddess you know you’ve done something right. For over 3 decades Emily Elyshevitz has worked with some of the most iconic creative people in the advertising world.

As a Creative Manager for Ogilvy & Mather, she recruits, develops, mentors, and counsels young creatives preparing them for successful careers in advertising and the arts. Emily uses her passion for creativity along with her natural inclination for teaching to create internship programs that are diverse and inclusive.

Outreach is important to Emily so she visits colleges and universities to educate students on the realities of working in advertising and what skills they’ll need for a successful career in the industry. She also leads school tours at Ogilvy to motivate and encourage aspiring creatives.

Emily has a deep appreciation for music. Her love of music, and her awareness of music’s developmental and educational benefits led her to become the co-producer and Administrative Director of the Jazz Standard Youth Orchestra in New York, part of the Jazz Standard’s Jazz Discovery Program – a program designed to introduce new audiences to live music performance.


Sessions

Policing the Tone Police: Passionate vs. Aggressive
Mid-level Session 2 - 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm -
I'm noticing some aggression in your tone of voice. Raise your hand if this sounds familiar, especially in response to a blunt question, passionately argued point, or otherwise subjective scenario. Why is it that our industry puts the loudest, most confident voice in the room on a pedestal, however black, brown, and tan confidence is chronically seen as something else? Something more threatening to the peace of mind of our coworkers? Implicit bias is a buzz phrase we're all learning to rinse and repeat on autopilot, but what does it mean for real, live creatives of color

THANK YOU!

We want to thank everyone who made Here Are All The Black People 2018 happen! This year's event was an amazing success, with the biggest turnout of agencies and attendees to date.

Many feel that events like HAATBP pay lip service to the topic of diversity, but we are committed to creating actual change within our industry. This year, we supported diverse creative talent by providing $25,000 in travel stipends for students and recent graduates to attend. HAATBP is a space for talent to be found, developed and molded, and seeing students and creative professionals advance their careers is why we do what we do!

With your support, HAATBP's programming was taken to new heights in 2018. This year's event contained 30,000 square feet of opportunity, including portfolio reviews, recruiting tables, student/entry-level workshops, mid-level/industry professional sessions, two keynote speakers, and a closing reception sponsored by Facebook. Our exclusive HAATBP kick-off reception not only had a surprise performance, but also allowed mid-level and senior staff to network and discuss important topics that impact our industry.

We can honestly say that this year, HAATBP made its largest impact to date. Thank you, and we look forward to doing it all again next year!

Best Regards,
– The One I.D. Department, Art Directors Club and One Club for Creativity Teams!


Presenters

Chioma Aduba

SVP; Group Account Director,
McCann

Ibra Ake

CD/Producer,
Childish Gambino's This is America

Christina Amazan

Senior Copywriter,
Edelman

Bayyina Black

Production Coordinator,
R/GA

Lynn Branigan

President and CEO,
She Runs It

Vince Chang

Comedian and Actor

Tracey Coleman

Owner and Creative Director,
Show and Tell Creative

Noel Cottrell

Chief Creative Officer,
Fitzco

Emily Elyshevitz

Creative Manager / Recruiter,
Ogilvy

Kerry Feuerman

Founder,
Last Hurdle

Dawn Fitch-Mitchell

Director of Diversity,
DDB Worldwide

Laura Forman

Executive Director of Brand Strategy,
Forsman & Bodenfors

Jeff Gipson

Director of North America,
Facebook’s Creative Shop

Kat Gordon

Founder & CEO,
The 3% Movement

Vann Graves

Executive Director,
VCU Brandcenter

Piper Hickman

Group Creative Director,
360i

Love Malone

Founder and Managing Director,
The Group

Jason Marks

ECD,
POSSIBLE

Andrew McCaskill

Senior Vice President - Global Communications,
Nielsen

JD Michaels

EVP Director of Creative Engineering, Director of Diversity,
BBDO New York

Nadine Michel

Creative Awards Manager, North America,
Digitas

Margenett Moore-Roberts

Chief Inclusion & Diversity Officer,
Golin

Matt Neale

CEO,
Golin

David Prince

Senior Strategist,
Y&R

Mary Pryor

Co-Founder,
Cannaclusive

Ryan Robertson

Brand Director,
Diageo

Michael Roth

Chairman and CEO,
Interpublic (NYSE: IPG)

Jimmy Smith

Chairman, CEO, and CCO,
Amusement Park Entertainment, Los Angeles

Derek 'Fonzworth Bentley' Watkins

Producer, Musician, Author, Philanthropist

Franklin Williams

Senior Vice President, Director of Technology,
CDM

Juan Woodbury

SVP, Executive Producer & Experiential Creative Director,
Leo Burnett USA, Inc.

Schedule

8:00 AM

Coffee & Registration
 

9:00 AM

Keynote Speaker
Derek 'Fonzworth Bentley' Watkins  

10:15 AM

Opening Session
The Power of Privilege
Heide Gardner, IPG; Margenett Moore-Roberts, Golin; Noel Cottrell, Fitzco; Jd Michaels, BBDO; Andrew McCaskill, Nielsen  

11:00 AM

Portfolio Review Session 1
 
Mentor Session A
Don't Get Stuck: Plan Your Career for How the World Really Works
Vann Graves, VCU Brandcenter; Jimmy Smith, Amusement Park; Juan Woodbury, Leo Burnett/HKX; Piper Hickman, 360i  
Mid-level Session 1
The Last Hurdle: Selling Your Work
Kerry Feuerman, Last Hurdle  

12:00 PM

Portfolio Review Session 1 (cont.)
 
Mentor Session B
Creativity Abounds: Career Paths and Entry Points Beyond Traditional Advertising
Love Malone, The Group; Tracey Coleman, Show and Tell Creative; Jeff Gipson, Facebook’s Creative Shop; Ryan Robertson, Diageo
Mid-Level Session 2
Letting Crabs Out the Barrel: How We All Can Win​
Chioma Aduba, McCann; Emily Elyshevitz, Ogilvy; Christina Amazan, Edelman; David Prince, Y&R

1:00 PM

Lunch
 

2:00 PM

Live Talent Pitch
Vince Chang, Comedian and Actor  

3:00 PM

Portfolio Review Session 2
 
Mentor Session C
Finding Your Purpose in the Tech Age – Navigating the Changing World
Laura Forman, Forsman & Bodenfors; Jason Marks, POSSIBLE; Bayyina Black, R/GA; Franklin Williams, CDM  
Mid-level Session 3
Don't Let this Young Face Fool You: Unpacking Ageism in Advertising
Dawn Fitch-Mitchell, DDB; Nadine Michel, Digitas  

4:00 PM

Afternoon Keynote Speaker
Ibra Ake, CD/Producer of
Childish Gambino's This is America
 

5:15 PM

Me Too, Times Up, Now What
Kat Gordon, 3%; Lynn Branigan, She Runs It;
Matt Neale, Golin; Mary Pryor, Cannaclusive
 

6:00 PM

Closing Remarks
w/ Cocktails & Networking
 


Sponsors

HAATBP would not be possible without the support and resources of an incredible group of sponsors from across the advertising industry and beyond. These partners believe in our commitment to a more inclusive and diverse creative industry.

Interested in sponsoring HAATBP? Please contact Stefanie Smith, The One Club for Creativity's Director of Inclusion & Diversity, at stefanie@oneclub.org

BBDO
Carmichael Lynch
FCB
Facebook
VCU Brandcenter
Edelman
forsman&bodenfors
DigitasLBi
Fitz & Co.
Leo Burnett
droga5
Omnicom Health Group
interpublic
She Runs It
R/GA
Arts & Letters
Bold Culture Co.
Amusement Park
The 3% Movement
Golin
The Group
Verizon
Rauxa
Martin
CCNY
Giant Spoon
McCann
Nickelodeon
Last Hurdle

 

ABOUT HAATBP

"Where are all the black people?"
-Jeff Goodby to Jimmy Smith

We've come a long way from the organic question posed by advertising greats Jeff Goodby and Jimmy Smith. The highly controversial and emotional discussion between the two creatives sparked a wave of action as a response to the very serious question regarding the lack of diversity in the creative field. Immediately, The One Club for Creativity seized the opportunity to move beyond words and created action. In 2012, The One Club developed a diversity-focused event entitled “Where Are All The Black People? A Creative Career Fair.”

A few short years later, the "W” from Where Are All The Black People was removed, changing the question to an emphatic statement. Now in its seventh year, HAATBP is a highly regarded event, giving young participants numerous opportunities to interact with top creative professionals for networking, interviews, portfolio reviews and mentoring, and those with more industry experience to develop professionally and help shape the diversity conversation from within.


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