AIGA has appointed 5 new members to its 2017 nationwide board of administrators and named two ex officio administrators:
Dana Arnett, VSA Companions as president-elect to work intently with present president Su Mathews Hale within the closing yr of her time period, and Ann Willoughby, Willoughby Design, as ambassador for the AIGA Design Archives. Says Arnett: “I’m humbled by this chance to serve the group and to work extra intently with our numerous and gifted members as we write this subsequent chapter for AIGA.”
The brand new members of AIGA’s nationwide board of administrators, who will start a three-year time period on July 1, 2017, are:
Helen Armstrong, North Carolina State College, AIGA Raleigh – views design from throughout the spectrum of a training designer, a university professor, and a broadcast creator. She is an affiliate professor at North Carolina State College and a principal at her firm, Robust Design.
Sarah Brooks, AIGA Washington, DC – is a service designer, researcher, strategist and advocate for social change. She has led multidisciplinary groups creating services starting from meals techniques, healthcare, media, schooling, finance, civic innovation, and has labored with a broad vary of Fortune 500, start-up, nonprofit, and basis purchasers.
Sara Frisk, Salesforce, AIGA Chicago – believes every little thing may be made higher by means of design. She has realized from Michael Bierut at Pentagram and led a number of award-winning tasks throughout quite a lot of industries. She served as AIGA Chicago’s president from 2012–2015.
Richard Ting, R/GA, AIGA New York–leads R/GA’s world expertise design workforce as EVP, world chief expertise officer. He’s a sought-after digital thought chief and has served on quite a lot of award present juries, akin to The One Present, Worldwide CLIO Awards, London Worldwide Awards, Effies, and Webby Awards.
Hugh Weber, OTA, AIGA South Dakota – is a researcher, community theorist, storyteller, neighborhood organizer, design advocate, and small city child. He based OTA, a for-purpose group centered on sparking transformation by means of artistic connections and collisions in North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota.
“Our new board members embody the range and spirit of the design neighborhood and convey expertise, experience and vitality to the desk,” mentioned Julie Anixter, government director of AIGA. “They’ll make sure that AIGA continues to function in the perfect curiosity of previous, current, and future members.”
Present members of the nationwide board who proceed to serve are:
● Justin Ahrens, Rule 29, AIGA Chicago
● Ashleigh Axios, Automated, AIGA Washington DC
● Agustin Garza, Garza Group Communications, AIGA Los Angeles
● Su Mathews Hale, Lippincott, AIGA San Francisco
● Karin Hibma, : : CRONAN : :, AIGA San Francisco
● Richard Hollant, CO:LAB, AIGA Connecticut
● Matthew Mũnoz, New Form, AIGA Raleigh
● Christine Taylor, Hallmark Playing cards, Inc., AIGA Kansas Metropolis
● Andrew Twigg, Carnegie Mellon Faculty of Design, AIGA Pittsburgh
● Jennifer Viscoky O’Grady, Cleveland State College, AIGA Cleveland