The rise of ESG and its confluence with the Designing For Good movement. Experts are from Robert Half talent solutions: Stephanie Dolmat, Sr. Director, ESG and Lucy Marino, Executive Director of the marketing and creative practice.
Gordon’s conversation with Alex Moulton and Rosie Garschina of branding and design studio Trollbäck+Company.
Christine Gaspar, executive director of CUP, examines the impact design can make to address social justice in a complex world. As a first generation American, she saw the ways in which marginalized communities face barriers, and she deeply believes in CUP’s mission to change that.
An update on our next series of interviews.
Gordon talks to Diane Domeyer, Executive Director of The Creative Group, about in-demand design skills, the need women and minorities in creative leadership positions,, and why it’s a job seeker’s market.
Gordon talks to Robin Colangelo, Global Director of Creative Services at law firm White & Case, about creative leadership, design education, and the challenges of working inhouse.
Gordon talks with Megan Flood of boutique design studio Marine Lane about design school, bipartisan politics and her love of Serendipity ice cream.
Host Gordon Kaye speaks with Janet Odgis, president and creative director of Odgis + Company, an award-winning, woman-owned design firm based in New York City, that has worked with some of the world’s most prestigious corporations.