Several times a year, Jill is invited to speak or volunteers to lecture or emcee a program on design. Here is a full list of the types of engagements Jill has done and enjoys participating in:
Keynotes/Expert Talks: These interactive 20-90 minute talks explore a wide range of topics from design, success + failure, wayfinding (signage) strategy and design + public health.
Panel Discussions: Jill has led and participated in panel discussions at national and local conferences on topics from experience design to creative direction.
Emceeing: Supporting the local AIGA chapters, Jill LOVES emceeing events. She has experience emceeing design award shows, silent auctions and half-day workshops.
Design Judging: Several times a year, Jill serves as a judge for design and advertising organizations’ annual design competitions including AIGA and American Advertising Federation.
Lecturing: Students are the future of the design profession. Jill enjoys guest lecturing on design, creative writing and signage and wayfinding strategy. She’s lectured at University of Maryland, George Mason University, Northern Virginia Community College and at her alma mater, RIT.
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