Welcome to our new Special Projects Director: Liz Griswold

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SEGD is pleased to welcome Elizabeth Griswold as the SEGD Special Projects Director. In this new full-time role, Liz will provide critical communications, management, and logistical support to the organization. This role is essential for leading and executing initiatives and milestones as we look towards SEGD’s 50th anniversary in Summer 2023, and future SEGD initiatives.

Liz Griswold joins the SEGD team after being an active professional member of the organization since 2005. In 2017, Liz led the efforts to co-found the SEGD Raleigh Chapter, where she served as a Chapter Co-Chair from 2017 – 2022, and received the 2022 SEGD Chapter Chair Award. She also served as co-chair for the SEGD Young Designers Series from 2020 – 2022.

Her passion for design advocacy and tenure as a design leader in experiential graphic design provides Liz the unique perspectives and insights to successfully fulfill this new role. 

“I truly believe that collaboration, paired with the insights of our design-community members and stakeholders, is what makes our strong EGD community ever growing. I look forward to supporting SEGD as we advocate for the experiential graphic design field on behalf of our members and stakeholders.” – Liz Griswold

Prior to joining SEGD as a staff member, Liz Griswold led the EGD service-line for EwingCole from 2016 – 2022 as the Senior Experiential Graphic Designer; and led MSA Design’s Branded Environments Market from 2005 – 2015 as Director of Graphic Design and Associate; proudly earning 28 design-awards for both firms, combined.

Liz Griswold holds a B.S. in Graphic Arts from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, with a concentration in public relations and a minor in English.

The Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) is a non-profit professional association that exists to “educate, connect and inspire” the global, multidisciplinary community of professionals creating experiences that connect people to place. Learn more at segd.org.