Salt Lake City host
Equality with Amy Donaldson-Brass
– Hosted at Studio Elevn
part of a series on Equality
About the speaker
Amy Donaldson-Brass has worked at the Deseret News since 1991. She spent the first eight years of her career covering crime, corrections, minority issues and education. She moved to the sports department in January of 2000, and has covered just about everything. She currently covers high school and collegiate athletics, as well as Olympic sports. She writes a weekly column in which she focuses on sports and athletes who are often overlooked, as well as participatory sports like triathlon, running and cycling. She is one of just two full-time female sports writers in the state of Utah, and was the 2016 Sports Writer of the Year, an award given by her peers through the National Sports Media Association. In 2014, she was inducted into the Utah Softball Hall of Fame for coverage of the sport for the Deseret News.
Studio Elevn is a community built on the ideals of connection, collaboration and creation. Members work together to provide creatives the space, support and services needed to make their dreams and projects a reality. Providing space and additional marketing reach, Studio Elevn develops salt lake’s chapter as a tool in which to reach its own mission.
Ori Media are a collective of brand storytellers; mindless designers, social media gurus, creative directors, prolific photographers and visionary videographers. Committed to community involvement as a core value, Michael Ori’s status as a master teacher for Canon camera provides media equipment and services to develop new and effective media assets.
MBMorg is a BCorp idea to build a community of marketers marketing community. Primary strategist Maggie Oyler and the team of specifically trainted marketers will donate strategy and implementation time to ensure the success of the campaign. Newly launched, the opportunity to develop strategies for creative morning’s will create a template for future projects and highlight the companies abilities.
“This month’s theme was chosen by our Johannesburg chapter and illustrated by Johannesburg-based illustrator Katlego Phatlane. The theme EQUALITY is presented by Adobe across 170+ chapters. Adobe is CreativeMornings’ new Global Partner for Creative Tools.
With Adobe’s indispensable tools and decades of experience in enabling creatives to bring their ideas to life, along with CreativeMornings’ unwavering commitment to unite and inspire creative communities with face-to-face connections, we’re honored to be partnering with another company that is eager to champion the future of creativity and add fuel to this engine of generosity.