|February is Black History Month and ColorComm Corporation, the nation’s leading women’s platform addressing diversity & inclusion across the communications, marketing, advertising, and media industries, announced its annual the ColorComm28 list, which features 28 Black women in communications, marketing, media and diversity and inclusion, who are making history now.
Some of those featured on the list this year include Kim Godwin, President of ABC News; Marva Smalls,Global Head of Inclusion at Paramount; Jemele Hill, journalist and author; Elaine Welteroth media personality and Washington Post columnist; Remi Kent, CMO of Progressive; Sadé Muhammad, CMO of Time and Eden Bridgeman Sklenar, Chairwoman and CEO of EBONY Media Group.
In its third year, the ColorComm28 recognizes the leadership of executive black women in communications at some of the most respected companies in America and the behind-the-scenes work they’ve led to transform communities. Many of these women are the first Black woman to hold their position or have spent the last year doing groundbreaking work at their companies.
“We are proud to celebrate the leadership and applaud the achievements of the women on The ColorComm28,” said Lauren Wesley Wilson, Founder and CEO, ColorComm, Inc. “The women on the list do the daily work to help strengthen the voices of those who are often underrepresented in the overall business and political discourse,” said Wesley Wilson.
The ColorComm28 shares the 28 stories of executive Black women in communications and their contributions to the industry, during the 28 days of February, in honor of Black History Month.
The ColorComm28 list will be celebrated with a private invite-only event held on the 28th day of February.