2021 Experience Philadelphia

Alesia Hendley

Alesia Hendley is an AV professional that found her passion at a young age as a sound engineer with her Father’s church. In the early stages of the church’s foundation they couldn’t afford musicians. By utilizing different audiovisual technologies she and her Father found creative ways to go higher both musically and spiritually, taking the congregation with them. Now you can find her operating/installing audiovisual systems or executing creative ventures.

Alesia Hendley
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Tampa Bay, FL

Nick Vicente

Nick Vicente
Designer/Partner, Truth & Consequences
Co-Founder/Community Director, CRAFTED/


Nick Vicente is a Designer and Partner at Truth & Consequences — an employee-owned branding agency in Philadelphia. He’s had the pleasure of crafting unique brands and campaigns for clients such as AAA, Suffolk University, Diageo, SUNY, The University of Maryland, and the University of Vermont.

Nick Vicente
Crafted
Philadelphia

Abby Bysshe

Abby Bysshe is Vice President of Experiences and Business Development at The Franklin Institute. In addition to developing a robust long term and traveling exhibition program there, she is currently leading the master planning and design process underway ahead of The Institute’s bicentennial in 2024. Bysshe brings over 15 years of experience in innovative museum business modeling, and exhibition development, and implementation to the table with a drive to evolve the ways in which museums think, act, and earn in the 21st century.

Abby Bysshe
Franklin Institute
Philadelphia

Color-Ad

Based in Virginia, Color-Ad, Inc. is a national company specializing in providing visual communication solutions through signs and exhibits. We are a full service turnkey operation producing a wide range of visual communication products to an even wider range of end users and industries.

Dayton Schroeter

Dayton is a Design Principal who has championed Design Justice advocacy throughout his career at SmithGroup. As a leader of the firm’s Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, his charge is to lead design projects that address the systemic injustice that architecture and planning have perpetuated for historically disenfranchised communities of color.

Dayton Schroeter
SmithGroupJJR
Washington DC

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