The Dallas chapter of ColorComm will participate in the communications industry group’s first national day of service in observance of Women’s History Month.
This Saturday, the women professionals of color in communications, advertising, media, and marketing will partner with the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas for service projects focused on diversity and indivduality as well as learning how the night’s sky connects all humans.
ColorComm Dallas joins chapters across the nation from San Francisco to New York who will participate in social good efforts in their local communities.
“ColorComm Service Day hopes to bring greater awareness and impact to the various shelters, homes, and services in our local communities throughout the nation.”
Lauren Wesley Wilson
“There is power in numbers and we believe it is so important to use this time and this month tending to those who are in need,” Lauren Wesley Wilson, president and CEO of ColorComm Inc., said in a statement. “ColorComm Service Day hopes to bring greater awareness and impact to the various shelters, homes, and services in our local communities throughout the nation.”
ColorComm Dallas is one of the newest chapters of the national organization. The group, which launched in October, has already held events to facilitate networking between women of color in communications and leaders from companies such as Toyota and FleishmanHillard.
Its upcoming event March 20 will feature Jennifer Cho, Weber Shandwick’s executive vice president and general manager for the southwest. Cho took on her role with the global communications and engagement firm in January. Previously, she spearheaded business development at FISH, a Dallas marketing tech company. Her work history includes co-founding a music production company and leading marketing efforts for a medical services training firm. During the ColorComm event, she will discuss her career path and the benefits of pivoting along the way to remain marketable.
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