"Before production on Season 3 began, she implemented a plastic-free set," reports Ben Travers. "During the shoot, she organized a walk-out in support of Dr. Christine Blasey-Ford. And now, she’s setting up educational job fairs for young women and minority filmmakers, so they can see the multitude of professions available to them — and help chip away at the behind-the-scenes diversity gap in Hollywood. The unique working environment Adlon cultivates is nothing new, nor her superhuman efforts to make Better Things one of TV’s best-reviewed programs. But she keeps pushing herself and her collaborators to be more socially conscious, more supportive, and — ironically enough — healthier human beings."