Lots of corporations and startups talk about diversity and creativity these days, but few really embody those values like MailChimp. They strive to make work interesting and fun, not only for the customers using their newsletter service but for their own employees. Chief Culture Officer Marti Wolf’s job has been described as “nurturing a culture of creativity,” and we see a lot in common with what she does at MailChimp and what we do here at BinderCon. MailChimp has had a big hand in the newsletter renaissance, transforming e-blasts from email clutter to a visually engaging storytelling tool for companies, nonprofits, and individuals alike. After all, the world always needs fresh ways to converse and connect. That’s one of the many reasons we work to support more diverse voices in media and publishing.
MailChimp also has a reputation for supporting creative endeavors and storytelling, whether that’s sponsoring podcasts like Serial or coming up with amazing schwag for the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing like rad temporary tattoos celebrating wearables and women in tech. We’re proud to be included in their unique approach to corporate philanthropy. MailChimp has been an incredibly generous sponsor of BinderCon since 2014. At this year’s BinderCon New York MailChimp is sponsoring the Diversity in Late Night TV panel–and we couldn’t be more excited!
Featuring Lizz Winstead (co-creator of The Daily Show), Aparna Nancherla (writer, Late Night with Seth Meyers), Grace Parra (host, White Guy Talk Show), and Christine Nangle (writer, Inside Amy Schumer, SNL), we can’t wait to delve into the unique contributions women can bring to one of America’s premier comedy blocks. There are so many opportunities in late night TV for humor, storytelling, and out-of-the-box concepts. We’re glad MailChimp felt an affinity for the panel, given their own unique approach to company culture, from their penchant for in-system easter eggs to fun coloring books for their employees.
A huge thanks once again to MailChimp for their continual support and belief in our own creative community at BinderCon. If you want to show them some love right back, you can follow them on Twitter and Facebook, subscribe to email updates.