Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises Inspires Latinas to ‘Change The Game’ with Women’s History Month Campaign
In celebration of Women’s History Month, NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises today unveiled a powerful new campaign titled “Change the Game” (Cambia el Juego), under the company’s award-winning corporate social responsibility initiative, Unstoppable Women (Mujeres Imparables).
The new multiplatform initiative seeks to inspire, inform, and ignite a community of unstoppable Latino women to shift their perspective and “change the game” of life. Activations will take place throughout the month on broadcast and digital channels and in a series of community events across the nation leading to the countdown of the highly anticipated FIFA Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™, airing on Telemundo and Peacock this summer.
“Telemundo celebrates women every day of the year and this month we’re inviting all Latinas to unleash their confidence and the immense influence they have to shape their future,” said Mónica Gil, Chief Administrative and Marketing Officer for NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises.
This new campaign recognizes and salutes powerful Latinas from all walks of life to ignite and embrace their ability to be unstoppable at anything they do.
To view and download “Change the Game” PSA, click here.
Telemundo’s Change the Game (Cambia el Juego) initiative encompasses an array of programming, community activations and employee experiences:
Since its inception, Unstoppable Women (Mujeres Imparables) has created a diverse community of women with inspiring life stories, shared educational resources about Latinas, and aligned with community partners on key national initiatives. Mujeres Imparables is part of Telemundo's El Poder En Ti community outreach program and seeks to advance Latinas in the workplace and beyond.
To learn more about the Mujeres Imparables initiative, please visit “Mujeres Imparables” on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube, and connect with Telemundo on Facebook and Twitter.