Sherry Collins is the award-winning founder, editor and creative director of The Pitch Fanzine, a platform challenging inequality, discrimination and the lack of diversity in the creative industry, whilst simultaneously showcasing diverse talent in its publication Pitch.
In 2017, Sherry launched the Pitch Superwomen initiative, the yearly list of women working behind-the-scenes in the creative industry making things happen - plus Pitch Supermen in 2020 - championing our male allies supporting women.
Pitch Futures, an initiative to inspire and educate primary school children about the opportunities available to them in the creative industry, was launched in 2017.
Sherry’s most recent campaign is Why bother about racism? launched in April this year as part of a weekly Sundays at 2:30 Storyletters - a semi-autobiographical series focusing on race and racism.
She was recently awarded the Creative Circle President’s Award by Ana Balarin and Hermeti Balarin, Partners at Mother, for her: "Extraordinary and inspiring work in promoting diversity, inclusivity and equality in our industry."