Rockstar – Mimi Munoz

Rockstar — Mimi Munoz

Mimi is a first-generation Vietnamese-American, daughter of refugees, and Mom to Vietnamese-Puerto Rican American daughters. She is the Executive Producer of award-winning films, "The Myth" and "Call It Covid." She currently occupies the role of Global Creative Producer across Wieden+Kennedy's network of 10 offices. In an industry that champions brands, Mimi champions people. She uses her position in the industry to identify opportunities for brands to act as platforms to uplift marginalized communities. And where there are none – she creates them.

She is an advisor for Asiancy, Wieden+Kennedy's Asian ERG, and co-leads the Asians for ADCOLOR group. Mimi is also a member of Gold House and 108 Asian Marketers.

Recently selected as an AICP Judge and for Ad Age's The List Generation Next program. She has spoken at ADCOLOR Awards & Conference, SXSW, Meta, Courageous Conversation National Summit, Asians in Advertising, Paramount, Mailchimp, Wende Museum, TDW+Co & Wieden+Kennedy.

Mimi and her work have been featured in New York Times, Fast Company, Ad Age, Adweek, Complex, Muse by Clio, BBC, Communication Arts, The Drum, Fandom, and It's Nice That.