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  • Too many creative women’s backstories include sexual harassment, sexual assault and inequality in the workplace. It’s time we take action – it's time we #haveherback. Introducing the Have Her Back campaign: a progressive stance – and call out to the industry – to welcome creative women back and propel all women’s careers forward. Go to http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQwaW to learn more.

  • We’re excited to welcome Margenett Moore-Roberts to Golin as our first Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer! Click below to find out more her about role and how she will progress our D&I efforts. #goallin

    Golin Hires Yahoo Global D&I Leader To Head Diversity Efforts

    NEW YORK - Golin has named Margenett Moore-Roberts, most recently Yahoo's global head of inclusive diversity, to the newly created role of chief diversity and inclusion officer. Moore-Roberts is tasked with developing a comprehensive and integrated D&I strategy for the firm.

  • CCO Caroline Dettman discusses the action-oriented #haveherback movement in the Chicago Tribune. Go to http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQfZp to learn about how we are welcoming creative women back to the industry and propelling all women’s careers forward. #haveherback

    Marketing executive founds effort to curb problems that ignited #MeToo

    As the #MeToo movement was leading to the ouster of high-ranking men across industries, Caroline Dettman, the chief creative officer at Chicago public relations and marketing firm Golin, was focused on the victims and bystanders left in their wake. What about the women who left agencies or the industry altogether because of isolation, discrimination or harassment?

  • “Al’s life gave us a rich legacy. Al’s death gave us a profound responsibility…”

    It has been one year since our founder Al Golin passed away. Hear from Chairman Fred Cook on how we plan to build a modern legacy and keep Al’s integrity and drive at the core of our business. #goallin

    Al Golin: Building a modern legacy

    It doesn't seem like a year since our founder, Al Golin, died. It feels more like yesterday when he peeked around his desk to tell me how pissed off he was about the latest thing Donald Trump tweeted. Because I had the pleasure of working with Al for 30 years, his memory is permanently engraved in my psyche.

  • “We want our people to know that they will be compensated according to their skills and expertise, not their gender, life decisions, background or ethnicity.”

    Managing Director Bibi Hilton reflects on the Golin Gender Pay Gap Report 2018. Check out the link below to read the full report. #goallin

    Golin Reveals Reverse Gender Pay Gap

    Golin is a huge supporter of gender pay gap reporting to help drive transparency and change. Reporting is not a legal requirement for Golin (with less than the required 250 employees), but today we are voluntarily reporting our gender pay gap data as part of our commitment to championing women and diversity in the industry.

  • It’s time our industry acknowledge and support the highly-talented creative women whose wellbeing and careers lie in the wake of systemic harassment and habitual gender bias. Golin's Chief Creative Officer Caroline Dettman was both a victim and part of the problem. Find out what sparked the #haveherback movement and how she turned anger into action to propel all women’s careers forward.

    Does your agency Have Her Back?

    If you employ a female creative director, the answer to "Do you have her back?" is likely a resounding no. I should know, as I happen to be one. While I'm one of the few female chief creative officers in the agency world, don't let that fool you that I've made it this far unscathed.

  • #HaveHerBack is grounded in three actions: training, hiring and creating cultures of empowerment. Hear from Chief Creative Officer @carolinedettman on what inspired the movement and why @InterpublicIPG's Chairman and CEO Michael Roth says IPG "has her back."

    Golin Calls on Agencies to Support Female Creatives in New #MeToo Push 'Have Her Back'

    Golin, an integrated agency spanning public relations, digital and content, partnered with The 3% Conference, SheSays and EvolveHer today to launch a campaign calling on agencies to "Have Her Back" in the wake of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.

  • Just 11% of the creative directors in the industry are female – that’s not okay. It’s time to move beyond talk. It’s time for action. It’s time we #haveherback Join us: training, hiring and cultures of empowerment. Learn more about our progressive stance and industry call-out in PRWeek.

    Golin launches Have Her Back initiative to empower female creatives

    CHICAGO: Following in the footsteps of the Me Too and Time's Up movements, Golin has launched the Have Her Back initiative, with the goal of hiring, training, and empowering female creative directors. The Interpublic Group agency is launching the campaign on Thursday, and holding a training event in Chicago at evolveHer on April 10, which is Equal Pay Day.

  • Progress on sexual harassment and workplace inequality in the marketing industry must go beyond ousting the abusers. Chief Creative Officer Caroline Dettman spoke with Ad Age on the #haveherback campaign and how we plan to create empowered cultures for creative women everywhere. Click the link below to learn more about the movement ����

    Golin to Help Put an End to Toxic Agency Cultures With 'Have Her Back' Effort

    Interpublic Group's Golin has teamed up with The 3% Movement, SheSays and EvolveHer to create an initiative dedicated to putting an end to unhealthy agency cultures that keep women from advancing their creative careers. The "Have Her Back" campaign launches today online and will include an in-person training event in Chicago on April 10, which is Equal Pay Day.

  • Chief Creative Officer Caroline Dettman discusses Golin’s initial actions to #pressforprogress and create Empowered Cultures – not just for women, but for everyone. #goallin

    #metoo, #timesup, now what?

    Caroline Dettman, Chief Creative Officer Every woman has a backstory. And what we've all learned from the #metoo movement is that just about every woman has dealt with some form of sexual misconduct - from bias to sexism to harassment to, in the worst cases, assault.

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