Live visual note-taking for a consortium of engineering and computer science educators in higher ed.
Hand-drawn research project posters are more eye-catching and engaging at an academic conference.
What is Social Identity? Videos with hand-drawn graphics are used as a tool for a series of conversations on anti-racism for teachers at a Chicago school district.
Visual note-taking for a creative and inspiring 3-day event to decriminalize mental illness.
I was honored to support the members of a New England church with graphic recording when they participated in a restorative justice circle, a deeply meaningful and emotional process.
For students and alumni of MG Rush, this process map called the Meeting Pathway to Success provides a simple-to-follow guide for facilitating meetings or workshops.
Live digital note-taking for Nextech Navigate 2022, a virtual conference for high school students, about technology, job opportunities in Indiana, and where they might have a future career in tech.
For a nonprofit whose mission is to level the playing field in college completion, FY22 had impressive impact, with a pronounced increase in grad rates for NYC-based Black and Latinx students. Bottom Line wanted to capture that story in a visually engaging way to share with their donors for an end of year appeal.
A strategic visualization communicates the complexity of Sozosei Foundation’s history, strategy and vision in a clear and simple way.
For a non-profit involved with understanding and mitigating stereotypes, prejudices and other biases, doodles make serious content more accessible.