Honduran protagonist Carol Frazer at the Cannes Lions Creativity Festival

By strategyandbusiness.net

Honduran-born writer Carol Frazer Haynesworth was one of the keynote speakers at one of the forums at the Cannes Lions International Creativity Festival.

Also author of the book “Coauthor of Your Great Destiny”, spoke at a Panel discussion about stereotypical masculinity and its relationship to attitudes that are harmful to women.

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During her participation, she highlighted the findings of the Gender Equality Attitudes study conducted by the Unstereotype Alliance on how the creative community can move from awareness to action to drive positive change.

Frazer Haynesworth is committed to discussing the “new agenda” not only in general but also among women. He believes that many of those who reach professional positions, careers and positions, “are torn apart in the struggle of leaving many behind. Consciously or unconsciously, we engage ourselves in the discussion and must not forget that the chain is only as strong as its weakest part. We have closed the circle and we have left the others behind.”

Frazer was joined on the panel by Sara Denby, head of the Unstereotype Alliance, Dr. Rebecca Swift, global vice president of Creative Insights at Getty Images, and Jason Klein, director of Human Truth at Google.


Carol Frazer is also the founder of the organization Black In The World, with which she strives to create the world’s largest archive of the history of Afro leaders on every continent in politics, business, education, music and culture. . .

The Honduras is currently the director of Multicultural Strategy and Inclusion, of the creative agency Carmichael Lynch.

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Early in his career, he led marketing initiatives for Time Warner (US, Latin America and UK), Mattel, Meredith Corporation, NBCUniversal, The Economist, and Teach for America’s diversity and equity efforts.

With information from Press (Honduras)

Roderick Gilbert

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