Ana Yumi Kajiki is Communications Manager at Boitempo, a Brazilian publishing house responsible for authors such as Angela Davis, Judith Butler, Leonardo Padura and Julian Assange. She has worked as Communications Coordinator at São Paulo State Government and as Public Relations Coordinator at Grupo Abril. She has a degree in Social Communication from Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP) and 11 years of experience in institutional communication management for companies, governments and public figures (politicians, writers and intellectuals). Working within the publishing market for over 7 years, she has an extensive background of creative solutions with focus on diversity targeted at promoting social engagement and meaningful connections.
There are several movements in the creative economy that seek to achieve greater gender equality, as many companies have developed business strategies that emphasize women authors. In this panel entrepreneurs will share experiences that have highlighted women in the audiovisual, music, publishing and games sectors, and the reason for their choices.