A framework for our executives, the OPEN Leadership Team, DE&I Champions and other professionals to collaborate in a manner to advance our DE&I initiatives effectively and efficiently.

Agencies in (Inter)action

Our agencies partner strategically with each other and outside organizations to support causes that help transform our company and our communities.


Agency participants designing DE&I solutions in the Adobe Creative Jam


Public service announcements (PSAs) submitted from Omnicom agencies for the 3in5 Challenge


Access to OPEN Pride’s resources


Views of Black Together’s Moments that Matter video

More Case Studies


Advocating for AAPIs

Omnicom Group

Three in five Asian Americans say they rarely see themselves represented in advertising despite having a buying power of $1.3 trillion. To address this glaring disparity, Omnicom issued a call to action for agency creatives to develop public service announcements (PSAs) detailing the underrepresentation of Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities in advertising. Nineteen PSAs presented by 16 different agencies were submitted. The winner of the 3in5 Challenge was ADMERASIA’s film “Invisible,” which used empty vignettes of everyday life to reflect the AAPI experience of not being seen or heard in media. The film ends with a call for brands to stand indivisible in their pledge to represent the AAPI experience. As the winning submission, ADMERASIA's PSA was featured in over $1 million worth of donated ad space from more than 35 national media partners.


A Global Campaign for Inclusion

Porter Novelli, FleishmanHillard and DDB

Ending Disability Discrimination

Launched ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Porter Novelli, FleishmanHillard and DDB worked with the International Paralympic Committee to launch #WeThe15, a global movement that aims to end discrimination toward people with disabilities. #WeThe15 brought together a coalition of international organizations from the worlds of sports, human rights, policy, business, arts and entertainment to campaign for disability visibility, accessibility and inclusion. Together, this coalition of organizations will work with governments, businesses and the public over the next decade to initiate change for people with disabilities, representing 15% of the global population.