11 Apr April 11, 2018 – Do Good Anne Bahr Thompson and Women are Revolutionizing TV Joy Press
Anne Bahr Thompson – Founder of Onesixtyfourth and Author of Do Good: Embracing Brand Citizenship to Fuel Both Purpose and Profit
Anne Bahr Thompson, founder of the brand consultancy Onesixtyfourth and former executive director of strategy and planning at Interbrand, explains how to embed social consciousness into a company’s DNA in her new book, Do Good: Embracing Brand Citizenship to Fuel Both Purpose and Profit. Anne has been featured in numerous media outlets, including The Financial Times, The New York Times, FOX Business, and MarketWatch Radio. Her writings have appeared in Economist Books, hbr.org, The Guardian, PR News, AdMap, Brand Quarterly, Journal of Brand Strategy, Bloomberg News, and many other publications, Named Trust Across America 2018 Top Thought Leader
Joy Press – Editor and Author of Stealing the Show: How Women Are Revolutionizing Television
Joy Press has been writing about TV for more than fifteen years. In the 2000s, she was the chief television critic at The Village Voice. She later served as entertainment editor of Salon and then as an editor at the Los Angeles Times, where in addition to commissioning television coverage, she wrote and reported features on the medium. She has contributed to publications such as New York Magazine, The New York Times, Slate, Vogue, Salon, and The Guardian. She lives in Los Angeles.