October 1 – October 4
October 8 – October 9
Every year, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts releases the YBCA 100 list, recognizing 100 people, organizations, and movements that are using their platforms to create change and move society forward. Kat has been honored on the list and invited as one of six of the honorees to speak.
“Moderator: “Diversity and Inclusion in Advertising” CannesJune 20, 2018
Keynote: United State of Women SummitMay 6, 2018
Advertising Week ModeratorSept 26, 2017
Women Funded 2017Sept 6, 2017
Fireside Chat at 72 and Sunny AmsterdamAugust 10, 2017
The Will to Change with Jennifer Brown
True stories of diversity and inclusion
Listen in to this compelling and inspirational Disruptor Series Podcast as Kat tells Rob where she’s taking the Movement, the flashpoint where it all started and what you can do if you see injustice in the world.
‘I saw something the world was ready for’: Exceptional Women Out West podcast featuring Kat Gordon, founder, 3% Conference, dedicated to championing creative female talent and leadership.
MOVING ADVERTISING BEYOND THE 3%
Once Kat realized what was happening to female creatives from inside the ad-world, she connected with key players to trailblaze a movement to take the % of women in creative advertising beyond 3%.
The Accidental Creative with Todd Henry
Diversity in leadership is not only good for culture, it’s good for business. On today’s show, Kat Gordon, the founder of the 3% Movement, shares insights into how the movement began and how leaders of organizations can build more diversity into their teams to help them better serve their clients.
Kat has been called “the sage on the stage” and has been invited to keynote, speak or moderate at many conferences, including:
- Creative Week
- Advertising Week
- The Haas School of Business
- The 140 Conference
- Duke University
- Hult International Business School
- American Institute of Architects (AIA)
- The United State of Women Summit
Homogeneity: the Enemy of Creativity
The World Needs Change Agents: How to Be One
Tune Out the Itty Bitty Shitty Committee in Your Head