Mosaic Champion Award

About Mosaic & The Award

This award is inspired by the principles of the national American Advertising Federation’s Mosaic Council, the US advertising industry’s preeminent think tank on diversity and inclusion. Each year at ADMERICA (AAF’s annual national conference), the Mosaic Council recognizes companies and agencies whose commitment to diversity and inclusion is evident through their creative work and organization-wide initiatives.

Check out AAF’s Mosaic Principles here.

The AAF-BR Mosaic Champion Award will recognize an individual or organization that has been continuously supportive of diversity and inclusion within the creative/advertising industry in the Greater Baton Rouge area.

  

Nominate Someone Deserving

What Makes A Good Nominee?

  • Individuals or organizations who demonstrate unwavering belief in this cause through mentorship and demonstration of leadership and support of Diversity & Inclusion program initiatives by implementing cutting edge strategies and approaches for addressing diversity issues.
  • Contributions need not have been made in the year of the nomination and should be based on the nominee’s history of commitment to this cause.
  • This is not limited to senior-level professionals—all professional levels are eligible for this award, as long as they have made significant contributions to D&I initiatives in Baton Rouge.
  • Need not be a current or past member of this organization to be eligible.

Nominations should be typed and emailed as a PDF file or Word document stating your reasons for nominating your choice for the Mosaic Champion Award.

 
Remember: Detailed information will help the judges in making their selection. The Mosaic Champion Award winner will be selected on the basis of the facts presented in the written nomination, plus any additional information easily available to the selection committee.
 
The winner will be announced at the Baton Rouge American Advertising Awards Show.
 
Email completed nominations and any questions to Community & Diversity Chair, Natasha Clark at [email protected].