Sarah Huie Coleman

Women Making History: SEGD’s Women Business Owners

Women Making History: SEGD’s Women Business Owners

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In honor of Women’s History Month, SEGD is sharing stories about “women you need to know” who are practicing in the field of experiential graphic design. Did you know that many SEGD member firms are owned by women? The following post includes profiles of 12 women members who run their own design studios. The list includes newbies like Rina Alfonso of Studio Aorta to veterans like Paula Rees of Foreseer, former SEGD President, SEGD Angel Award Recipient, and author of the recent Forbes article about Sara Little Turnbull, pioneering designer, design consultant, and consumer advocate.

Women in EGD: Same as It Ever Was?

By Teresa Cox, APCO Graphics

The challenges women have always faced in the workplace—imbalances in leadership, unequal pay, juggling work and personal life, and living down feminine stereotypes—are still alive and well for women in EGD, despite the more liberal nature of the design world.

These realities create both frustrations and opportunities, said participants on SEGD’s Women in Design panel at the 2014 SEGD Conference in Atlanta June 5-7.

Sarah Huie Coleman

From designing the award-winning signage for Avalon, a $600 million mixed-use development, to rebranding more than 30 YMCAs in the Southeast, Huie Design’s Principal and Owner Sarah Huie Coleman and her team provide branding, signage and wayfinding for some of the highest profile developments across the nation.

Huie Design
Atlanta
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