Past AIGA Philadelphia Presidents

AIGA Philadelphia Presidents are a group of dedicated members that carry the immense responsibility of guiding our design community and furthering our chapter mission across all channels. AIGA Philadelphia and the design community at large are grateful to the dedicated service of our past presidents.

2015–2017: Lauren Dougherty

2013–2015: Nick Prestileo

2011–2013: Allan Espiritu

2009–2011: Maribeth Kradel-Weitzel

2007–2009: Kelly Holohan

2005–2007: Michele Cooper

2003–2005: Bradford Kear

2002–2003: Stephen Shackleford

2001–2002: Gilman Hanson

1999–2001: Rosemary Murphy

1997–1999: Steve Williams

1996–1997: Matthew Bartholomew

1994–1996: Mark Willie

1992–1994: Steven Yamall

1991–1992: Richard Kauffman

1989–1991: Russ Gazzara

1987–1988: Bob Warkulwiz

1985–1986: Alina Wheeler

1984: Dick Ritter

1982–1983: Sharon Helmer Poggenpohl

1981: Joel Katz

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Minneapolis · Wednesday, October 11, 2017
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Minneapolis · Thursday, October 12, 2017 - Saturday, October 14, 2017
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Geared towards designers, developers, organizers and activists, the series is open to the community and will include panel discussions with community activists, tutorials on open source design tools and information design techniques, explorations of cryptography and cybersecurity, and more.
Philadelphia · Event from the community · Thursday, June 1, 2017 - Thursday, August 24, 2017
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The Ideas that Matter program recognizes and supports designers who partner with organizations to bring great ideas to life. Over the past 18 years, we've awarded $13 million in grants that have gone to assist more than 500 charities—and now it's your turn to make a move that'll help you make a difference. Apply for an Ideas that Matter grant by July 21, 2017, for the opportunity to see your solutions work as a force for social good.
Event from the community · Friday, July 21, 2017
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Hi-Res is coming to the 5th Annual Philadelphia Podcast Festival!
Philadelphia · Event from the community · Saturday, July 22, 2017

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