Rachel Lowenstein

Rachel leads strategy and innovation for how brands use media and technology to reshape society for good. She works with global brands such as Campari, Unilever, and Kimberly-Clark to be more intentional in marketing. She is also the co-founder of the agency’s global DE&I employee resource group, Mindshare Collective. Recently, Rachel co-created the Impact Index, a tool that analyzes the impact of media on marginalized communities and helps brands shift their investments away from harmful content. She is passionate about the possibilities of media for social impact while considering the ethics of how we use technology.

Rachel’s insights have been featured in Ad Age, Adweek, The New York Times, and more. She has been personally honored as one of Business Insider’s 35 Under 35, and The Drum’s “50 Under 30” for her creativity in media. And as an autistic woman, she has built a personal digital community of over 50k people to educate and advocate for neurodiversity at work.