Cybelle Jones

Cybelle Jones

CEO

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Cybelle Jones is CEO, responsible for strategic leadership that fosters excellence in every aspect of SEGD to ensure member value, raised visibility of the profession and financial stewardship.

Cybelle Jones, Gallagher & Associates
Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD)
Washington DC

Images and Reflections-Black Lives Matter Plaza

Images and Reflections—Black Lives Matter Plaza

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With the speedy installation of typographic murals on the streets of several cities including Washington D.C. in support of the goals of the Black Lives Matter movement, many conversations have been sparked not only about inequity, policing, performative distraction and political tactics, but also about community organizing through the use of signs and its relationship to the practice of EGD.

Cybelle Jones to be SEGD’s New Chief Executive Officer

Cybelle Jones to be SEGD’s New Chief Executive Officer

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Dear SEGD Community, 

I am thrilled to announce that the SEGD Board of Directors has unanimously selected Cybelle Jones as the new Chief Executive Officer of the organization. Cybelle, an active member of SEGD for more than 18 years and an award-winning experience designer for more than 25 years, will assume the role on May 11. She will join SEGD at a critical moment, bringing fresh energy and empathic leadership in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

G&A at DC's New International Spy Museum

 G&A at DC's New International Spy Museum  (image: exhibit with red phone booth)

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The International Spy Museum (SPY) opened on May 12, 2019, in Washington, DC. The completely re-imagined museum opened in a new purpose-built 140,000-square-foot state-of-the-art building—more than doubling its original size. Working with the founder for over 20 years, Gallagher & Associates (Silver Spring, Md.) led the creative visioning, business strategy and audience engagement tactics for the original Museum concept, which opened in 2002.

Chicago Architecture Center

Finalist 2019
Chicago Architecture Center

After 50 years, the CAC had matured into a leading Chicago cultural organization—but the only one without a home. Their new home needed a gateway for Chicagoans and visitors to explore Chicago’s architectural masterpieces while revealing the importance of design and urban planning in Chicago and in cities across the country and around the world.

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