THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28 | 6:00PM - 9:00PM | DEUTSCH
Join the Madison's Browne Fellowship as we return to Deutsch to celebrate our second anniversary with our most engaging, interactive, and charged event yet!
ABOUT THIS EVENT
You've heard the stereotypes, read the research, and seen the portrayals in the media. Now it is your turn to voice your opinions and address the sometimes accurate, sometimes farfetched, and other times humorous conventions surrounding this group.This event is sure to be a positive, insightful, and highly informative dialogue between "Millennials" and the people who support and work with them. Come network with familiar faces and get to know new ones. All are welcome!
We have an exciting line-up of featured guests:
Kenji Summers, Founder, Passport Project
JOIN THE DISCUSSION
Can't wait for February 28?
Join in on the discussion right now by following us on Facebook and Twitter where we have launched a series of "millennial non-facts." Check them out, share them with friends, and join the dialogue online. Your feedback will help us to help shape our discussion during the big event.
Madison’s Browne Fellowship is on a mission to redefine diversity and establish a new culture that unites creative communities. We believe diversity is bigger than color and creed. This movement is a community-driven effort that finds innovative ways to engage, connect and inspire.
We host monthly gatherings with the purpose of empowering ALL individuals in the advertising, media and design industries. Our community-driven events bring members together to build new relationships, create new business, support young professionals, highlight industry leaders, and provide a space for learning outside of the classroom or office.
The Fellowship launched publicly on February 9, 2011 with support from Deutsch Inc.
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