Helping creatives right the ratio

Helping creatives right the ratio

One of the women featured in Right the Ratio is Cindy Gallop, Founder and CEO of MakeLoveNotPorn, and Advertising Woman of the Year in 2003. “I'm very pleased that I'm talking to Pinterest,” said Gallop. “You are utterly unique. You are a tech unicorn that has been built on women. You are a platform that women have embraced as their own in a really unique way, and within you, you contain multitudes of the female lens of creativity."

We’re also partnering with Working Not Working (WNW), a global community connecting top creative talent with thousands of companies for freelance and full-time work. Our partnership includes a Right the Ratio featured list of female talent for prospective employers, co-branded events, custom editorial content and more.

“Through Working Not Working, we're afforded a unique perspective on the gender equality issues that exist within the creative industry,” said Adam Tompkins, Co-founder of Working Not Working. “We’re excited to partner with Pinterest on the Right the Ratio campaign to help both creatives and companies overcome systemic barriers, by giving people a way to take action right at the moment when employers are looking for great talent.”

To learn more about this initiative, search “Right the Ratio” on Pinterest or view the board here.

--The Studio at Pinterest, currently saving to Right the Ratio

 

1  3% Movement, “What women want” study, 2016

Adam Tompkins
Co-founder of Working Not Working
“We’re excited to partner with Pinterest on the Right the Ratio campaign to help both creatives and companies overcome systemic barriers, by giving people a way to take action right at the moment when employers are looking for great talent.”