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Stephanie Sigg
Art Director and Designer

Stephanie Sigg (GRAD ID’98) has been an Art Director and Designer for over 15 years. Beginning her career at “The Late Show with David Letterman,” which won an Emmy for best Art Direction in 1994, Stephanie went on to work for advertising agencies Wieden + Kennedy (Portland & New York), Publicis, Ogilvy & Mather, McCann Erickson, and SS+K. At these agencies Stephanie focused on both cause-related and corporate campaigns, working with causes and brands such as Nike, The Lance Armstrong Foundation,, The National Democratic Convention, The White House, Ad Council, Avon, The Boys and Girls Club of America, School of Visual Arts, ESPN, Diet Coke, IBM, Mastercard, Intel, Kohls and Major League Baseball.
Over the past 8 years she has also consulted for several NGO’s and United Nations agencies and humanitarian aide agencies such as The International Rescue Committee, Doctors without Borders, Millennium Campaign, Millennium Promise, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNDP, DPKO, DPI and DESA. Through this experience she has worked on international and domestic public service announcements, graphics, documentary films, advocacy, photography exhibits and campaigns. Publications and exhibitions regarding Sigg have included: Adweek Magazine, The One Club Magazine, Industrial Design Magazine, Time Magazine, Creativity, In-Step Design Magazine, The New York Times, Wrap Around Magazine and The One Club’s exhibition on Women in Advertising. She is currently a liaison to the United Nations for Art Center’s DesignMatters initiative and previously served on board of the Non-Governmental Organizations Executive Committee to the United Nations.