At Deloitte Digital, we have amazing creative thinkers and doers that we’re lucky to work with every day. The values that drive them are also at the core of SXSW. They are creative, curious, ambitious and ready to imagine the future of what’s possible.

Inside the Interplay Lab at The Palm Door on Sixth, we’re teaming up with TheLi.st and our most recent acquisition, Heat, the breakthrough full-service advertising agency based in San Francisco, to explore the future of for creative and digital professionals.

We’re hosting Make Your Mark: How Female Leaders Set the Agenda in Creative & Digital this Friday, March 11, from 3:30-4:30pm at the Palm Door on Sixth St.

Moderated by Special Projects Director at Cosmo & Seventeen Magazine Laura Brounstein and featuring Director of Brand Strategy at Giphy, Julie Logan, and Director of Media at Heat, Jocelyn Lee, the panel will explore the role of women as leaders within the creative and digital world. After a brief panel, there will be an opportunity to network and mingle with like-minded female creatives, technologists and digital executives. Space is extremely limited, RSVP.

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More on our Panelists:

Julie Logan was the founder and CEO of Nutmeg, acquired last year by GIPHY where she currently works as the Director of Brand Strategy. In past lives, she was a filmmaker, a photographer, and an occasional advertiser collaborating with brands such as Coca-Cola, US Soccer, Nike, Red Bull, and Disney. A collector of random experiences, she’s flown across Indonesia in a military spy plane and watched from the field as a World Cup Final played out. You can find her on most socials as @thejulielogan. #glitter

As the special projects director for Cosmopolitan and Seventeen magazines, Laura Brounstein develops and produces editorial events, like Cosmopolitan’s Fun Fearless Life, and creates partnerships with groups like the Clinton Foundation’s No Ceilings initiative. Her editorial work at Cosmopolitan and Seventeen has included the first interview with Jill Abramson after leaving The New York Times, a study on the difference in sexual attitudes between men and women, an examination of women and tech careers, and interviews with power ladies like Mindy Kaling, Shonda Rhimes, Arianna Huffington, Leandra Medine, Gabrielle Bernstein, Laverne Cox, Maria Theresa Kumar and Stacy London, as well as cuties like Sam Heughan and Henry Cavill. Previously, she was the entertainment director for SELF and Ladies’ Home Journal and a television producer. A Folio: Top Women in Media, Brounstein is a graduate of Cornell University and lives in New York City.

A native of Singapore, Jocelyn Lee moved to Hawaii for college and ended up frolicking around the islands for a decade working on various accounts including the Hawaii Visitors & Conventions Bureau, Hawaiian Airlines and the Japan Tourism Board. With the promise of amazing food and easier accessibility to other states on the ‘Mainland’, she abandoned her tan and moved to San Francisco to supervise Hilton Hotel Corporation’s suite of 10 brands on all multi-media programs at FCB. Jocelyn found a home at Grey SF more than 5 years ago where she’s was the global media lead on Symantec and Norton, an account which consolidated all media and creative AOR duties under Grey in large part due to Jocelyn’s account management and strong relationships with the clients. She is currently Director of Media at Heat, a creative advertising agency, where she collaborates with creative, social and strategy to help bring the agency’s award winning creative to life via engaging and interactive media campaigns.  Her accolades include AAF’s Young Ad Person of the Year and she has been a judge for the National Student Ad Competition for over 10 years.

For more information about Deloitte Digital’s presence at SXSW, see our events round up.

(Pictured left to right: Jocelyn Lee, Julie Logan, Laura Brounstein)