The executive director of oncology marketing is fascinated by the resilience of the human body.
Healthcare marketing has a head start in grooming women leaders. But it's by no means a fait accompli.
For Mother's Day, the agency gives job-hunters a way to proudly display maternity leave as a full-time job.
Under Duato, the leadership team for Johnson & Johnson's pharma group includes six women. "We don't just talk about it," he says.
Several of the top-spending brands have never hired more than one female or non-white marketing boss, and some never have.
MM&M last year named its inaugural class of 16 Femmes and 20 Women to Watch. Who should be considered for this year's list of breakthough women?
Think back on your career. Did you take the "riskier" assignments?
A new report analyzing gender parity in advertising found that men tend to endorse other men at higher rates than women. Execs share their insights about the issue.
Shire hires Jennifer Aniston for a disease awareness campaign; critics argue that the direct-to-consumer ads for Opdivo are misleading, while Merck's Keytruda takes the lead in first-line cancer
Retzlaff files a complaint against Turing; Pfizer to buy antibiotics from AstraZeneca; Mylan's marketing for EpiPen faces criticism
Agencies are testing out strategies to reach gender parity at a time when questions of discrimination are still front and center.
He resigned as Saatchi & Saatchi's executive chairman following his controversial remarks over gender diversity.
MM&M's 2016 Hall of Femme honorees talk about who inspires them, describe their "Raphael moments," and share their experiences as women leaders.
Here's everything you missed or may want to revisit from MM&M's inaugural Hall of Femme event in June.
A story about a boss giving away a woman's bonus to a man based on his breadwinning status resonated with Hall of Femme attendees.
The reaction from social media was swift and brutal, with figures from all levels of the advertising industry blasting Roberts for his comments.
Were we trying to celebrate these women for having made hard-won progress in gender parity while also perpetuating a stereotype about them?