THE FACE OF TALENT

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.

MARY WARLICK

MARY WARLICK

CEO
The One Club

Mary Warlick is the Chief Executive Officer of The One Club, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting excellence in advertising.  In 2008, Ms. Warlick launched One Show Entertainment recognizing the intersection of entertainment and advertising, and creating a West Coast presence. 

She has also been a fierce champion of The One Club’s Creative Hall of Fame, arguably the most celebrated honor a creative professional can achieve.

As Executive Producer of Art & Copy, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2009, she won an Emmy when the film was screened on IFC. 

More recently, she was the Executive Producer of The Real Mad Men and Women of Madison Avenue, which premiered on PBS in the summer of 2013. She recently completed a short documentary based on the Creative Boot Camp workshops, a diversity initiative supported by The One Club. 

In 2012, Ms. Warlick was named one of Advertising Age’s Most Influential Women in Advertising. She earned an undergraduate degree in Fine Arts from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and graduate degrees from SUNY-Binghamton and Columbia University.