Strong Enough For A Man is the result of a nearly year-long effort by ihaveanidea, “the community of the international advertising industry”, and AdWomen, an initiative to recognize the important contribution of women to the global advertising industry. It is an unión of both organization’s passion to celebrate and edúcate creatives the world over.
This is the first book of interviews to female creative directors ever published, and you will find in it An assortment of thoughts from 16 of the 22 women considered as some of the World’s Most Influential Female Creative Directors (WFCD).
Strong Enough For A Man features thoughtful remarks and philosophies from this genuine and lauded professionals:
Suzana Apelbaum, Executive Creative Director at StrawberryFrog New York
Susan Credle, US Chief Creative Officer at Leo Burnett
Colleen DeCourcy, CEO & Founder at Socialistic
Mary Dean, Founder & Chief Creative Officer at KickSkirt
Ilkay Gurpinar, Executive Creative Director at TBWA\Istanbul
Uschi Henkes, Executive Creative Director & Founder at ZappingM&C Saatchi Madrid
Natalie Lam, Executive Creative Director at OgilvyOne Shanghai
Alessandra Lariu, Founder at SheSays
Linda Locke, CEO & Creative Director at Godmother Consulting
Masako Okamura, Creative Director at Dentsu Tokyo
Pepa Rojo, Chief Creative Director of Digital and New Media Development at Grey Group Madrid
Tiffany Rolfe, Co-Executive Creative Director at CPB Los Angeles
Fernanda Romano, Former Global Creative Director of Digital & Experiential at Euro RSCG
Vivian Rosenthal, Co-Founder at Tronic
Joyce King Thomas, Former Chief Creative Officer at McCann Erickson New York
Nancy Vonk, Co-Chief Creative Officer at Ogilvy Toronto
Within the pages of this book, you will find very inspiring insights from some of the most respected female creative directors in the world. Some are funny, some are provocative, some offer opinions that you’ll agree with 100%, while others will have you shaking your first saying “that’s not right!” No matter your reaction, you’ll be sure to take away something from every single creative star in this book.
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