The latest in our interview series features model activist Nimue Smit who tell us more about Model Mafia and their collective mission to empower models to fight for change.
In this interview, Writer Bennett D. Bennett, who’s worked agency-side and as a journalist, tells us what he really thinks about the term change-maker - why the creative industries needs to tackle its diversity problem, and what we need to do, collectively, to make a difference in the world.
On November 28th, Clare will be in Amsterdam for the European launch of her book at Fashion for Good. We were lucky enough to speak with Clare prior to this event about her journey and why, in the face of ‘doom and gloom’ she remains optimistic.
While working on Barack Obama's campaign trail Alencia Johnson realized the power of representation. She says: "Sometimes it isn’t the message, but the messenger that makes the difference." In this interview, Alencia outlines how and why she's now putting healthcare firmly in the spotlight.
We sat down with Laura Visco to talk about being a change-maker in advertising. For years, Laura describes how she held her tongue. Now, she's found her voice and has a lot to say. In this interview, Laura talks about her recent project, Invisible Creatives, and why embracing diversity is a must.
A trailblazer in innovation, Melissa Mbugua helps creative startups across the continent to grow. She says: "Our generation know our worth and are expressing it through business, social initiatives, art, film, fashion and music."
James Veenhoff is arguably one of Amsterdam’s most well-known entrepreneurs. Born and bred in the city’s West, his career spans strategy, fashion and social impact. In this change-maker profile, we learn more about his journey.
With more brands claiming to “do good," it can be difficult to know which are being honest and which are dishing marketing spin. We sat down to learn a little bit more about Sandra Capponi's recently released app and her journey towards fighting for change.