Sarah Silverman Grows a Pair for Young Women Across America

Comedian Teams Up With Droga5 to Advocate for Women's Equal Pay (NSFW)

Published on Oct 07, 2014

Editor's Pick

Sarah Silverman is reuniting with Droga5 for another social cause. Back in 2008, the comedian and agency partnered with the Jewish Council for Education & Research to produce the hilarious "Great Schlep." This time around, Ms. Silverman appears in a video for non-profit advocacy group the National Women's Law Center for the "Equal Payback Project," an effort to motivate millennial women to demand the same wages as their male counterparts. Using her trademark biting humor, she vows to do the only thing she can think of in order to get what's owed to her as a, um, person.

Silverman's first order of business is to raise $29,811,746,430,000 -- the approximate amount U.S. women are likely to collectively miss out on over the course of their careers thanks to wage inequality.

Rate this Ad

You must be registered to rate this ad.
Please Login or Register Now



Oct 07, 2014
Droga5 New York
National Women's Law Center
Creative Chairman:
David Droga
Vice Chairman:
Andrew Essex
Chief Creative Officer:
Ted Royer
Creative Director:
Casey Rand
Creative Director:
Karen Land Short
Art Director:
Sean Park
Chief Creation Officer:
Sally-Ann Dale
Head of Broadcast:
Ben Davies
Senior Producer:
Anders Hedberg
Broadcast Producer:
Bill Berg
Executive Technology Director:
David Justus
Senior Interactive Producer:
Laura Bruskin
Interactive Developer:
Phillip Pastore
Chief Strategy Officer:
Jonny Bauer
Head of Communications Strategy:
Colleen Leddy
Communications Strategist:
William de Lannoy
Sarah Silverman
Production Company:
Ruben Fleischer
Production Company:
Ruben Fleischer
Jonathan Hall
Executive Producer:
Daniel Kellison
Executive Producer:
Doug DeLuca
Executive Producer:
Mickey Meyers
Nicholas Veneroso
Associate Producer:
Chelsea Gonnering
Associate Producer:
Skyer Predergast
Editorial/Post Production:
Droga5 Studios
Crowdfunding Powered By:
Jingle Punks

The Creativity Newsletter

The Creativity newsletter is editorially curated to spotlight the work that’s hitting the mark—or missing it altogether. Sign up to have it sent to your inbox.