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Sharon Silvers is a wayfinding project manager at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. The MD Anderson Cancer Center is one of the world’s most respected centers devoted exclusively to cancer patient care, research, education and prevention.
As a wayfinding project manager, Sharon Silvers represents facilities management on the implementation of the MD Anderson wayfinding system to ensure timely signage and technology updates to accurately reflect navigation throughout our multiple facilities. She also provides wayfinding analysis, master planning, signage standards design, sign planning, and implementation services for redevelopment projects, new buildings, and day-to-day operations; creates and manages standards for institutional maps for publications; designs large-scale graphic installations for interior design projects; and designs print material and communications pieces for internal and external clients.
Prior to joining the MD Anderson Cancer Center, Sharon Silvers worked as a designer for fd2s in the Environmental Graphic Design Group, focusing on design and implementation of integrated wayfinding systems for health care institutions. At fd2s, she was a key member of a team of designers who created an award-winning “pathway and landmark” wayfinding system for the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and also helped create a centralized, internet-based system to manage signage, maps, information kiosks, and a web site.
Sharon Silvers graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor or Architecture.
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