The 4A's is excited to celebrate the sixth anniversary of The Face of Talent, the industry's premier event to celebrate and engage top diverse talent, with you this August.

The Face of Talent was established in 2011 as a catalyst for agency leaders, and their clients, to demonstrate their commitment to two of the most important issues facing our industry—Talent and Diversity. The multi-day symposium, including the Diversity Leadership Luncheon, attracts over 750 advertising and marketing executives. This series of events is designed to celebrate and showcase over 140 talented diverse college seniors and graduates that comprise the 4A’s Multicultural Advertising Intern Program (MAIP) and 4A’s Foundation Scholars.


The Face of Talent also serves as a community-building platform to inspire and retain more than 2,800 MAIP alumni and nearly 400 4A’s Foundation Scholars, who continue to advocate and champion diversity in advertising.

To view highlights from 2015, please click HERE.

Angelique Piwinski


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Angelique Piwinski is an Executive Group Account Director with a Manhattan-based advertising agency that’s part of the Interpublic Group (NYSE: IPG). Ms. Piwinski also serves as National Chair of IPGLBT, IPG’s LGBT Business Resource Group whose mission is to foster inclusion among all employees of IPG’s 90+ companies through educational events and programs and to make IPG the employer of choice for the LGBT community.

Throughout her long career in the industry, she has prided herself on building and keeping relationships with her longest client relationship currently spanning 34 years.

She is also a recognized local historian and preservationist and recently received a Mayoral re-appointment to the Yonkers Landmarks Preservation Board and was awarded the prestigious 2014 “Key to History” from the Yonkers Historical Society. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Friends of Philipse Manor Hall, NY State Historic Site, a member of the Vestry of historic St. John's Episcopal Church, founded in 1693 and a member of the advisory board of the Yonkers Film Festival, YoFi.  She founded and is the administrator of 3300+ member local history Facebook Group “Historic Yonkers, NY. Early Stories and Photos” and is also the founder and designer of, a website dedicated to Yonkers, NY Victorian era history.

She has two adult children and makes her home in Yonkers, NY.


PROGRAMMING: Keesha Jean-Baptiste at

PARTNERSHIPS: Reema Elghossain at

Registration/Logistics: Melissa Belfiore at

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