Mosaic Awards

Awards Show | June 6, 2019 | Hollywood, FL

The AAF's Mosaic Awards recognize companies, agencies and individuals whose commitment to diversity and inclusion is evident through their creative work and organization-wide initiatives. Past recipients have embraced advanced marketing techniques and business practices and have developed diversity programs that not only help improve the bottom line, but also secure a relevant role in a continuously evolving corporate environment.

Submit your ad campaigns, media content, inclusion initiatives and champions of diversity!
Extended Deadline: February 8, 2019

Mosaic Awards

About the Mosaic Awards

Learn more about the Mosaic Awards, its history and structure.

Submit Your Entries

Enter your advertising campaigns, media content, inclusion efforts and champions of diversity!
Mosaic Awards Categories


Review the 14 award categories here to learn more about their criteria.
Mosaic Awards Sponsorship

Partnership Opportunities

Recognize companies and individuals committed to diversity and inclusion.
Mosaic Award Winners

2018 Winners

View this year's recipients of the Mosaic Award and Mosaic Media Image Award.

Past Winners

View previous recipients of the Mosaic Award.
Mosaic Center

About the Mosaic Center

The Mosaic Center for Multiculturalism implements all of the AAF's multicultural and diversity initiatives.

Questions? Contact Us.

Do you have questions about the Mosaic Awards? Contact Kai Jones-Weidie.


Honorees in Multicultural Advertising and Entertainment Excellence Announced by AAF

Levi Strauss & Co., Burrell Communications, HBO to be recognized in Chicago at the 2018 Mosaic Awards. Read the press release here.

Change the Narrative Panel Discussion Series

To facilitate institutional changes in the way African-American women are depicted in the media, we gathered panelists from our network of thought leaders to participate in panel discussions. Read the press release here.

2018 Most Promising Multicultural Students Class Announced

Advertising execs gathered to select 50 high-potential undergraduate seniors for the Most Promising Multicultural Students Program.