Meet the new Phyllis generation


Issue 62: The Phyllis Project

Mel Routhier

“I believe it is imperative that our agency looks like the world outside our windows. Full of every color and gender and orientation and belief. We’re in the business of talking to humans—all of them—and we can’t possibly do it well and do it authentically if we don’t reflect that diversity and range ourselves.”


“I am deeply impressed by the capacity for growth of the human mind. I’m not talking now about maturity, the ripening of intelligence, the sharpening of critical judgment. That too. But I’m talking about what happens when you remove the fears and the restrictions and the nasty habits of limited thinking. I’m talking about what happens when you let the imagination soar.”

Phyllis Robinson