Future of Media, Entertainment and Sport

Why diversity is critical to media and entertainment - and how to achieve it

Tiara Thomas, H.E.R. and Dernst Emile II, winners of the award for best original song at the 93rd Academy Awards in Los Angeles, US, April 25, 2021. Image: Chris Pizzello/Pool via REUTERS

Cathy Li

Head, Shaping the Future of Media, Entertainment & Sport; Member of the ExCom, World Economic Forum

Kristen Hines

Managing Director, Accenture

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