Michele’s professional career spans over twenty years of design leadership and management in Boston, with specialization in corporate, institutional, and educational clientele. She has worked with National Grid, University of Massachusetts, Children’s Hospital Boston, and New England Aquarium.
2010 SEGD Fellow, 1995 Angel Award honoree, and SEGD President 1992-1993
Virginia Gehshan and Jerome Cloud were the recipients of the SEGD Fellow Award in 2010. They have built their practice on intellectual rigor, systemic thinking, and a user-centered approach to information architecture.
David Gibson leverages the power of design to transform people's experience of public space. With sensitivity to context and a talent for consensus building, he leads comprehensive wayfinding strategy and signage programs for leading institutions and organizations around the country.
Roger Whitehouse, FSEGD, ARIBA, AADipl, was trained as an architect in England before coming to the United States in 1967. He formed Whitehouse & Company in 1976. His environmental graphic design projects include the High Museum in Atlanta, Lincoln Center, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Conde Nast building, and three subway entrances in New York's Times Square.
Gretchen is Director of Business Development for Gallagher & Associates. She previously served as Principal of Douglas|Gallagher Chicago. Her experience also includes positions with Gensler/LA as Director of Graphics and Owner/Principal of Coss Creative for 11 years.
1995 Angel Award honoree and SEGD President 1987-1988
Muhlhausen is President of Muhlhausen Design and Associates, a Roswell, Ga.-based design consultancy he founded in 1975. MD&A provides wayfinding analysis and planning services for health care and transportation facilities.