Print & Online Annual Report
Client: American University Library
Coding, design, photography, and print buying for a web-based annual report and printed companion piece with a sampling of the content to drive traffic online. The annual report features campaign buttons.
Online Biennial Report
Client: International START Secretariat
Design and Development of an online biennial report for START with advanced analytics tracking to see which pieces of content performed best. This will allow them to effectively plan the most pertinent content for the next report.
Branding, Website, and Annual Report
Client: LearnServe International
Branded components for LearnServe International is a social entrepreneurship and service learning organization for high school students in the Washington, DC area. The logo visualizes the energy present at the creation and the potential of an idea.
Bachelor of Arts, Graphic Design
2012 American University, Washington, DC.
The Trevor Project, Washington, DC
2017–Present Senior Marketing Designer
I am responsible for all of the graphic design projects for the organization as well as manage all the web properties. I work with partner organizations and volunteers to ensure brand consistency on our co-sponsored events and manage the email workflow for all of our external communications. I work with the social media manager to develop graphics suited for each audience and platform as well as executing and developing graphics for the marketing department and the CEO.
American University Library, Washington, DC
2003–2017 Design & Marketing Coordinator
After working as support staff for two years at AU, I successfully lobbied to create a position for myself as the library graphic designer. In 2007, I was able to create a case for adding the responsibility of marketing coordination to my purview. In this position, I am responsible for creating a cohesive visual identity, providing the library with a prominent presence on campus, and addressing the day-to-day design needs. As the sole designer, I’ve had the ability to take on many additional responsibilities, like print buying, photography, copy writing, editing, coding, and running a print shop. In the past four years, I’ve also begun mentoring future designers by supervising a student design assistant.
Fearless Future, Washington, DC
A two-person shop, my business partner and I started Fearless Future to work exclusively with nonprofits and to have a way to continue working together after she moved to Arizona. We both have full time jobs, but see our partnership as our way to make meaningful change.
—Silver Award, Non-profit Website, W3 Awards
—American Web Design Award, Graphic Design USA
—American Graphic Design Award, Graphic Design USA
—Gold Award, Annual Report category, Davey Awards
—American InHouse Design Award, Graphic Design USA
—Silver Award, both Science and Annual Report categories, Davey Awards
—Silver Award, Self-Promotion Mobile Site, W3 Awards
—Website Merit Award, Art Directors Club of Metropolitan Washington
—Sappi Ideas that Matter Grant Recipient
—Two of annual report designs featured in the international compendium: Corporate Brochure Designs Tokyo: PIE Books
—In HOWse Design Awards, HOW Magazine