As we kick-off 2023, how can we ensure that the stories we tell are inclusive? What should we, as researchers, consider, build upon and reject? And what does it mean for our companies, our clients, and ultimately our communities when we get it right?
Join the WIRe Amsterdam community at Netflix’s Amsterdam Campus for a series of presentations and discussions on the topic of diversity and inclusion in research. Stick around for networking and more! Space is limited, invite friends and colleagues to register ASAP. A BIG thank you to our sponsors Opinium and Netflix for making this event happen!
Jo Hall is in the EMEA Consumer Insights team at Netflix, and looks after content strategy and development research for the UK, Nordics and Benelux. She’s worked in entertainment research and strategy roles for 10 years both agency and client-side, with stints at the BBC and Prime Video prior to Netflix. Outside of work, she loves running and (not surprisingly), TV and popular culture!
An Nguyen has spent the last 17 years working in insight across the globe. An’s passion lies in research for the entertainment industry having specialised in it agency side, in house at the BBC and currently at Netflix. At Netflix, An looks after the UK/IE to ensure creative and business decisions are rooted in consumer understanding.
For the past 8 years Anna has been immersed in brand comms and strategy with the later years focused heavily on qualitative research, making sense of the why behind the what. She’s been the insight lead across a variety of projects spanning tech, sports, fashion, and lifestyle brands.
Luzie is a Cultural Strategist at Crowd DNA’s Amsterdam office and part of the cross-office DEI leadership team. A native Berliner, she moved to Amsterdam over a decade ago to study and just never really left. She has since acquired degrees in Communications and Cultural Analysis and explored PR and creative production at agencies like Wieden+Kennedy and 72andSunny. Before joining Crowd DNA, she was tasked to help bridge the cultural literacy gap between the Van Gogh Museum and Amsterdam youth.