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.

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TAYLOR YARBROUGH

MANAGER, Diversity & Inclusion
4A's

Taylor Yarbrough was born and raised in New Orleans, LA and has lived in Houston, Atlanta, and New York City. As a graduate of Spelman College, Taylor earned her BA in Psychology. Her introduction into the advertising world was as an intern at Ogilvy & Mather in NYC where she worked on the British Airways Account. Taylor was later hired full-time at Ogilvy South (Atlanta) where she served on the Black Diaspora leadership team and founded the inaugural Mandela Day of Service at the agency. 

Some of her accolades and accomplishments include the Bill Sharp Award (2012), the Unsung Hero Award (Ogilvy, 2013), and graduating from the 4A’s Institute of Advanced Advertising Studies (2014). 

After working in the creative staffing industry at both Creative Circle and The Creative Group (TCG), Taylor was introduced to her dream job at the American Association of Advertising Agencies when she was honored with the role of Diversity & Inclusion Manager. She hopes to continue the legacy that MAIP has established in the advertising industry over the last four decades. 

Taylor is a very proud big sister and in her spare time, enjoys singing/songwriting, writing poetry, and photography.