The AAF's Mosaic Center for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in Advertising implements all of the AAF's multicultural and diversity initiatives. The Center's mission includes the development of new programs and services to recognize and develop diverse talent and promote broad and realistic portrayals of multicultural communities.
In an effort to expand, enhance and evolve our foundation of world-class, industry-leading, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion efforts—the AAF is embarking on the largest expansion of Mosaic Center efforts in the history of the AAF—raising $2 million by year-end 2022.
A conversation with Kandace Cooks, Head of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging at Nuro (formerly D&I Business Partner at Uber) on her career journey, industry insights, and more!
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.
The AAF's Most Promising Multicultural Students program connects the advertising industry with the nation’s top multicultural college seniors.
A consumer-selected list of the top advertising and multicultural moments of the year. It takes a unique and thoughtful approach in highlighting inclusive content and offers a view into how various audiences perceive the content they consume.
View presentations and panel discussions focusing on diversity, equity, and inclusion in the advertising, marketing, and media industries.
Browse our catalogue of white papers and reports on the state of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the advertising, marketing, and media industries.
Designed to fill the void of missing multicultural perspectives, this speakers bureau identifies expert talent to participate in industry events.
A program to support Black students along their advertising career journey, ensuring that they do not miss out on opportunities that could be essential to their professional development.
Research and panel discussions on the role advertising and media industries play in cultivating consumer perceptions of one of society’s most misrepresented groups.