Check out the TSNN interview for Women's History Month with our President & COO Janet Dell.
Check out Bob Priest-Heck as he talks with TSNN about predictions and trends in events.
We're committed to a culture-rich workplace focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion. For Women’s History Month, we asked a few colleagues to share their perspective. Today, we’re talking to Morgan Villanueva. Why is it important to advance gender equality? This is important to me because I never want to be in a position where I’m not seen or heard simply because I'm a woman. We can only continue to do amazing things if we bring people from different backgrounds – with different opinions – to the table. Personally, I want to continue to break barriers for my daughter so she can dream and set goals knowing there are no limits. How can we address unique workplace challenges facing women? It’s imperative that we look at today's unique environment. Through the pandemic, the challenges have really come to light with how much women are juggling between their personal and professional lives (and men too). People are realizing they can’t do it all and are being forced to make choices between the demands of their professional careers and having a fulfilled personal life.
We're honored to be recognized by Forbes on their list of Best Employers in Texas (where we're headquartered), ranking #1 in our industry and #17 overall!
Freeman is committed to a culture-rich workplace focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Women’s History Month kicked off on March 1 and to celebrate, we asked a few of our Freeman colleagues what this month means to them. Today, we’re talking to La’Shara Davenport, Core Product Manager. What does Women’s History Month mean to you? Women's History Month is a time to pause, reflect, and recognize all the women who opened doors to the opportunities I have today. It's a time for me to express gratitude to all the mentors and sponsors who have played integral roles in my success. Why is it important to advance gender equality? The advancement of gender equality is important for my own career to ensure I always have a seat at the table – but it’s even more important for my daughter and other girls and young women who are the torch carriers of the future. They deserve support and resources to achieve equality in the 21st century and beyond.
Check out our very own President & COO Janet Dell featured in Authority Magazine!
Events have the ability to connect and bring people together, accelerating opportunities for change and culture through ideas and innovation. In December, Freeman brought this idea to life by producing The Summit for Democracy with over 100 heads of state, civil society, philanthropy, and private sector leaders. #SummitforDemocracy
Happy International Women's Day! #BreaktheBias #IWD2022
We celebrate Women’s History Month at Freeman to recognize and honor the significant contributions and experiences of women today and throughout history – and to explore ways we can learn, grow, and support each other.
Congratulations to our very own Sue Sung, for being listed as one of 15 #EventPros making an IMPACT!