36 min

Unconventional Wisdom: Minjae Ormes of Visible Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

    • Personal Journals

When Minjae Ormes was passionately studying storytelling and film, she didn’t know she would eventually use those skills for another type of storytelling: business marketing in a digital world. The creativity and unorthodox approach she built because of this led her to the position of Global Head of Media at YouTube. Now as CMO at Visible, an innovative, all digital telecommunications brand. Forbes has even crowned her “World’s Most Influential CMO.”

While it may sound like a dream resume, Minjae admits that it took a long time to figure out what she wanted to do with her life, especially as she realized she leaned towards the unconventional. Learning to embrace her uniqueness, Minjae now uses her platform to take a stand for Asian communities, for women, and for anyone who worries that their passion may diverge from the norm.

Thanks for listening!

Don't forget to pre-order Rebecca's new book, Fearless: The New Rules for Unlocking Creativity, Courage, and Success. Email your receipt to fearless@rebeccaminkoff.com to get a $25 credit at Rebeccaminkoff.com! It's a win-win!

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Big Ideas


Why women’s progress is so strongly linked to the willing participation of men.
How to know which platforms are best suited for your business marketing strategy.
Racism towards Asian communities, especially during the pandemic.


Links

A Progress Still Too Slow And Far Too Fragile
LinkedIn

Instagram

Twitter


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When Minjae Ormes was passionately studying storytelling and film, she didn’t know she would eventually use those skills for another type of storytelling: business marketing in a digital world. The creativity and unorthodox approach she built because of this led her to the position of Global Head of Media at YouTube. Now as CMO at Visible, an innovative, all digital telecommunications brand. Forbes has even crowned her “World’s Most Influential CMO.”

While it may sound like a dream resume, Minjae admits that it took a long time to figure out what she wanted to do with her life, especially as she realized she leaned towards the unconventional. Learning to embrace her uniqueness, Minjae now uses her platform to take a stand for Asian communities, for women, and for anyone who worries that their passion may diverge from the norm.

Thanks for listening!

Don't forget to pre-order Rebecca's new book, Fearless: The New Rules for Unlocking Creativity, Courage, and Success. Email your receipt to fearless@rebeccaminkoff.com to get a $25 credit at Rebeccaminkoff.com! It's a win-win!

Follow Superwomen on Instagram.

Big Ideas


Why women’s progress is so strongly linked to the willing participation of men.
How to know which platforms are best suited for your business marketing strategy.
Racism towards Asian communities, especially during the pandemic.


Links

A Progress Still Too Slow And Far Too Fragile
LinkedIn

Instagram

Twitter


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

36 min