The Disability Collection wins Shorty Social Good Award
Oath, The National Disability Leadership Alliance and Getty Images won two Shorty Social Good Awards for their partnership to revolutionize how disability is represented in the media. The Disability Collection won "Best in B2B Partnership" and received a Silver Award for "Best in Diversity & Inclusion."
Shorty Social Good Awards logo projected on the wall at the ceremony held at Current in NYC.
The Shorty Social Good Awards highlight leading cause-marketing campaigns and social good initiatives. Winners were selected by members of the Real Time Academy of Short Form Arts & Sciences, comprised of luminaries from advertising, media, entertainment and technology. The winners were announced and honored at a ceremony on Thursday, November 15th, in New York City. Jim Weisman, President and CEO of United Spinal, accepted the award and delivered an acceptance speech on behalf of NDLA, Oath and Getty Images.
James Weisman, President and CEO of United Spinal at the Shorty Social Good Award Ceremony in NYC. James is in a black suit with red tie, smiling and holding the award.
Oath, NDLA and Getty Images announced the partnership earlier this year on Global Accessibility Awareness Day and are collaborating on The Disability Collection - a growing collection of images that break stereotypes and authentically portray people with disabilities in everyday life.
Learn more at thedisabilitycollection.com