Spring 2018 Co-Op/ Internship The Future of Privacy Forum
I hope to bridge my interests in both Art & STEM to create an impact in the corners of my world. Spring 2018, I decided to participate in The Washington Center, a Washington D.C.-based internship program. Through The Washington Center, I interned at The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) as their first in-house designer for a semester.
At FPF, I handled a wide array of tasks, both in communications and design. My daily responsibilities included, but were not limited to, updating Salesforce contacts, Media Mention lists, and Social Media; analyzing traffic on Google Analytics and Facebook; and creating events for their Privacy Calendar.
My emphasis was on design and re-branding the non-profit. Through updating FPF's monthly newsletter; creating intro/outro videos for weekly Facebook Lives; designing iconography, infographics, brochures, annual report, and attendee directory; and photographing events, I successfully — as the only undergraduate intern at the organization at the time — brought colors and a personality to an otherwise law-based non-profit that did not previously place an emphasis on marketing.
The Future of Privacy Forum brings together industry, academics, consumer advocates, and other thought leaders to explore the challenges posed by technological innovation and develop privacy protections, ethical norms, and workable business practices.
FPF helps fill the void in the “space not occupied by law” which exists due to the speed of technology development. As “data optimists,” we believe that the power of data for good is a net benefit to society, and that it can be well-managed to control risks and offer the best protections and empowerment to consumers and individuals.
IAPP "Join FPF" Infographic
To advertise for the speakers from FPF at the International Association of Privacy Professional (IAPP) Global Privacy Summit 2018, I created an infographic, in Adobe Illustrator, summarizing the organization's presence at the week-long conference. This graphic received positive attention both digitally (reposted on FPF's website, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and IAPP's Facebook) and in print (handed out over 100 copies at the IAPP Booth for FPF).
FPF's Elise Berkower Memorial Fellowship Brochure
A fellowship was established in memory of Elise Berkower, a renowned Privacy Executive, and I created a brochure bringing attention to the fellowship - for both potential donors and applicants. The brochure composed of information regarding the fellowship and quotes from privacy professionals. The brochure was printed and handed out at the IAPP Global Summit's FPF booth, along with orchids to honor Berkower. A copy of this design can be found at the front desk of FPF's main office in Washington D.C. and online.
2017 Annual Report (Booklet)
The annual report includes a table of contents, issue pages, events, foundations, and financials. The report is 32 pages in length. I created the booklet in Adobe Illustrator.
2017 Tech Lab Open House (Event Graphic Design)
FPF held its Third Annual Tech Lab Open House on March 26th, 2018 in its Washington D.C. office as part of the International Association of Privacy Professional's (IAPP) Privacy Week. The event contained over 2 dozen smart toys and gadget, and as the designer, I was responsible for the design of all the one-pagers (one for each toy), welcome sign, section label, etc. I designed around 50 items for the event, and below are some photos taken on day of the event and my work displayed.