She’s the Boss: Tiffany R. Warren

tiffanyrwarren_1396371732_77In 2005, while at Arnold NYC, Tiffany founded ADCOLOR® which has launched The ADCOLOR® Awards, The ADCOLOR® Industry Conference and ADCOLOR® University. Before joining Arnold where she served as VP, Director of Multicultural Programs and Community Outreach, Ms. Warren, at the age of 25, became the youngest Manager of Diversity Programs at the American Association of Advertising Agencies in New York City. For six years, she oversaw all AAAA diversity initiatives, which included the Operation Jumpstart I & II scholarship program and the Multicultural Advertising Intern Program (MAIP) founded in 1973.

Before joining the AAAA, Ms. Warren was an assistant account executive at Arnold in Boston where her duties focused on the Fleet Financial Services Group account.

Ms. Warren is a member of the AAF National Education Executive Committee, 4A’s Diversity Committee and AAF Mosaic Center Executive Council. Ms. Warren also serves on the board of directors for ADCOLOR, GLAAD, Together Our Resources Can Help (TORCH), The American Advertising Federation (AAF), The Ghetto Film School (GFS) and The Brotherhood|Sister Sol. She is a founding member of the Roundtable of Advertising Diversity Executives (RADE).

She was honored as a 2007 Advertising Age Woman to Watch, featured in Pepsi’s 2008 Black History Calendar entitled “The First of Many” which highlights African-American trailblazers (, recipient of The 2008 President’s Award from The Advertising Club of New York, the 2008 AAF District 2 “Role Model” Diversity Achievement Award, 2009 NV Magazine Corporate Visionary Award, 2010 AAF Hall of Achievement Inductee and The Jack Avrett Volunteer Award Recipient, 2011 Network Journal “25 Influential Black Women in Business”, 2011 Black Enterprise Top Executives in Diversity and 2011 TORCH L.I.G.H.T Award.

Tiffany, a native Bostonian and the oldest of ten children (Rodney, Jr., Teisha, Jamal, Akeem, Rashad, Kashif, Shaquille, Kareem and Alajuwon) is a proud graduate of The Winsor School and Bentley.


Latoya Henry is the publisher and founder of Haute Giving: The Sexy Side of Philanthropy.
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