How have communities like Ladies Who Create impacted you?
Being a part of these communities has made it easier for me to deal with sexism. Getting together to share experiences has been the first step for me to try to change things, and inspired me to break toxic social patterns (whether they are conscious or not!).
I’ve been part of the Free The Work community for two years now. It's a nonprofit initiative advocating on behalf of womxn directors for equal opportunities in the global advertising industry. They’ve inspired me to help create our own Montreal Female Art Directors safe-space group.
What do you want to be doing in five years?
I love being part of the creative field and couldn’t imagine my life (now or in five years) without it. In five years, I want to be taking on more responsibilities, projects, and resources to make a difference in exceeding the limits of our own imaginations.
What’s the best career advice you’ve received?
Show your work!
What message do you have for womxn in the creative community?
Let’s get in touch and come together! Join Girlgaze; Free The Work; Ladies, Wine & Design; Ladies Who Create; Women Who Draw—and let’s start the conversation.