After a Female Executive Claimed Pregnancy Discrimination Against BMF, More Women Have Come Forward

One woman alleges the COO made comments during a job interview about becoming pregnant

Another woman has come forward against BMF, accusing the agency of refusing to hire her unless she promise not to get pregnant for at least a year. Getty Images

After BMF executive vice president and would-be head of sales Ashley Berg sued her employer last month for allegedly demoting her and cutting her salary after learning that she was three-months pregnant, other women have stepped forward to accuse the experiential agency of similar malpractice.

@kitten_mouse lindsay.rittenhouse@adweek.com Lindsay Rittenhouse is a staff writer at Adweek, where she specializes in covering the world of agencies and their clients.