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.

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PAM FUJIMOTO

EXECUTIVE CREATIVE DIRECTOR
WONGDOODY LA

Pam Fujimoto is Executive Creative Director of WONGDOODY LA, where she brings over 14 years of experience developing and launching creative solutions for diverse global brands. Pam is responsible for the creative vision and leadership of the Los Angeles office, where she guides work for clients like Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Scion, and Cedars Sinai Hospital.

Like many other creatives both inside WONGDOODY and out, Pam cites WONGDOODY co-founder Tracy Wong as her longtime mentor. She pays it forward by mentoring others and by serving as one of the driving forces behind WONGDOODY’s Wongtern internship program, which promotes diversity and encourages intern collaboration across disciplines.

Prior to WONGDOODY, Pam was at Creature in Seattle and TBWA/Chiat/Day in New York. Over the course of her career, she's been recognized by Cannes Lions, D&AD, One Show and Communication Arts. This is Pam’s second time at WONGDOODY — her first job out of school was as art director in the Seattle office. She is also the proud mother of six-year old identical twin boys.