Mary Wells Lawrence Enamel Pin
Series One, Pin No. 04
She is a retired American advertising executive. She was the founding president of Wells Rich Greene, an advertising agency known for its creative, innovative, and revolutionary work. (You can thank her for "Plop, plop, fizz, fizz" and I ♥︎ NY) Lawrence was the first female CEO of a company listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
This enamel pin features a styled portrait of Mary Wells Lawrence superimposed upon a pattern inspired by those of Emilio Pucci whom she commissioned to create the flight uniforms of Braniff Airlines.
2 inches at the tallest point. Black dyed metal plating with rubber clasps.
Fifty Percent of the profits from the sale of this pin goes to Free the Bid is a a 501c3 non-profit initiative advocating on behalf of women directors for equal opportunities to bid on commercial jobs in the global advertising industry. Free The Bid’s pledge calls for ad agencies and brands to include at least one woman director every time they triple-bid a commercial production. The program also urges production companies to add more women to their rosters. Pledged agencies, brands and production companies further pledge to free the bid by seeking intersectional, diverse perspectives whenever possible.