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Education Director

In addition to standard board responsibilities and privileges, the education director is responsible for achieving the education agenda of AIGA through student and education-oriented programming and events. The education director will also work to establish a network of educators within the community and advance the visibility of and awareness for AIGA's role among young professionals. He/she will also be responsible for the creation and maintenance of student chapters and serve as a liaison to all institutions in regards to all design community issues.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Work closely with the local student chapters and their faculty coordinators to develop appropriate programming and support for the student chapters
  • Identify student liaisons to work with AIGA Seattle on student initiatives and events
    • Meet regularly with student liaisons
    • Discuss issues of importance to students
  • Work with liaisons to present the annual Jump Start, and Reality Check events
    • Assist with reviewer invitations
    • Assure that liaisons assist with event preparations
    • Assure that liaisons attend and are responsible for the events
  • Suggest and implement student-based programming to the board and events committee
  • Encourage professors to make students aware of AIGA and related events
  • Organize and lead a committee to assist with duties and responsibilities

  • Knowledge of the mission and goals of the AIGA
  • Familiarity with local area schools and related design programs
  • Strong communication and facilitation skills
  • Willingness and ability to follow through on commitments within the time frame allotted

AIGA Seattle Past Presidents
2002 - Brooke Mackay
2000 - Laura Zeck & Tan Le
1998 - David Betz & Richard Smith
1996 - Jesse Doquilo
1994 - Allen Woodard
1992 - Janet DeDonato
1990 - Chris Ozubko
1988 - Anne Traver
1986 - Pat Hansen