Emma Reeves

executive director of Free the Bid

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Executive director of Free the Bid, an organization that advocates for female directors in advertising.

Emma Reeves on KCRW

In the post-Harvey Weinstein world, there’s been less talk about misogyny in the advertising industry than in the worlds of film and television.

Women commercial directors fight 'Mad Men' culture

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