Speaking & Teaching Gigs

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2017

 

The 3% Conference, through a mix of content, community and professional development, has helped raise the number of female Creative Directors in the U.S. from only 3% to 11% while giving agencies a clear road map of ways to champion female creative talent and leadership.


Past

2017

    • October 12-14: AIGA Design Conference Command X | Minneapolis, MN
    • October 12: AIGA Design Conference UX track | Minneapolis, MN
    • September 29: AIGA Cincinnati Design Week keynote | Cincinnati, OH
    • September 26: Flourish career workshop w/ AIGA Central PA | remote session
    • September 14: Brand flash talk | Whistler, BC
    • July 29: Voto Latino Power Summer Pop-Up panel discussion | Annandale, VA
    • July 16: "Beginning Branding/Design" WordCamp DC workshop | Washington, DC
    • May 17: Rebrand Cities & Automattic | Detroit, MI
    • April 24: "The Design of Business | The Business of Design" on Design Observer interview | podcast (audio)
    • April 21Design and Exclusion chair & moderator | online (audio & video)
    • April 12: Wesleyan University | Middletown, CT
    • April 11: Yale School of Business | New Haven, CT
    • March 31-April 1: Y Conference by AIGA San Diego | San Diego, CA
    • March 24: IBM Design Studio | Austin, TX
    • March 24: Sanders/Wingo | Austin, TX
    • March 2: High Five Conference keynote | Raleigh, NC (written recap)
    • February 28: High Five Conference workshop | Raleigh, NC
    • February 26: Giant Thinkers (January recording) | podcast (audio)
    • January 24 - February 16: DGD School: Fundamentals of Design in Government (AIGA & Aquent) | online class series
    • January 24: Computational Design Seminar (AIGA Philadelphia, Automattic, Drexel) | Philadelphia, PA

    2016

    • November 18: Brandstand | New York, NY
    • November 8: Adventures in Design interview | podcast (audio)
    • November 5: AIGA Houston's Inside Job keynote | Houston, TX
    • November 3-4: RGD DesignThinkers Conference keynote | Toronto, Canada
    • October 22: AIGA Baltimore's Make/Shift | Baltimore, MD
    • October 16: Closed AIGA event | Las Vegas, NV
    • October 8: Civic Design workshop St Louis, MO
    • October 7: St Louis Design Week keynote | St Louis, MO
    • September 30: Auburn University | Auburn, AL
    • September 21-23: Spikes Asia | Singapore
    • September 16: Big Duck | online webinar (transcript)
    • September 15: McKinley Technical High School | Washington, DC
    • September 10: AIGA Dallas | Dallas, TX
    • September 9: Circles Conference keynote | Dallas, TX area
    • September 8: Circles Conference panel discussion | Dallas, TX area
    • September 8: University of Texas at Arlington | Arlington, TX
    • August 13: #InFromDC by AIGA Chicago | Chicago, IL
    • August 11–12: Prototypes, Process, & Play by Chicago Camps keynote | Chicago, IL
    • July 28: AIGA Las Vegas | Las Vegas, NV
    • July 26: Town Hall: Racial Justice by Design director | Washington, DC
    • July 25: Revision Path interview | podcast (audio)
    • July 15: Portfolio Center workshop | Atlanta, GA
    • July 14: Portfolio Center presentation | Atlanta, GA
    • May 13: Cooper Hewitt DC High School Design Summit | Washington, DC
    • May 6: 2016 DotGovDesign Conference director & host | Rosslyn, VA
    • April 20: D&AD Festival | London, England
    • April 12: (AIGA) West Michigan's Design Week | Grand Rapids, MI
    • March 31: AIGA RI: KnowHer Design Panel w/ Debbie Millman | Providence, RI (video)

    2015

    • December 16: South Carroll High School | Sykesville, MD
    • October 18: AIGA Arizona's Method+Madness Conference keynote | Phoenix, AZ
    • September 22: HOW Interactive Conference keynote | San Francisco, CA
    • September 9: Hopscotch Design Festival | Raleigh, NC
    • May 4-8: HOW Design Live Conference | Chicago, IL
    • March 27: 2015 DotGovDesign Conference host, & closing keynote | Washington, DC

    2014

    • January 6: General Assembly Introduction to the DC Design Community panel discussion | Washington, DC

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