Forgot your username or password?
The board of directors is an elected body that holds the
institution in trust for AIGA members past, present and future,
with a guiding principle of leaving the institution stronger at the
end of each director's term than it was at the beginning. The
board's special responsibility is to see that the executive
director, who serves as CEO, is managing the association in a
manner that responds to the expressed needs of members and
anticipated needs of the future profession. The board does not
serve in an operational or managerial role.
In general, the following guidelines are recommended for
nonprofit organizations to reduce liability by strengthening the
accountability of the board.
AIGA’s 15-member board is elected by the entire professional membership
and plays a crucial role in determining the mission of AIGA.
Section: About AIGA -
AIGA is a not-for-profit educational institution incorporated in
the state of New York, under section 501.c.3 of the IRS code. The
constitution and bylaws of AIGA have been written to assure an
institution that is governed to honor the role of the board in
advancing the interests of the profession.
Learn more about the 15 members currently serving on the AIGA board of directors.
Read about the Nominating Committee’s process for conducting a fair and equitable evaluation, deliberation and recommendation of all candidates.
AIGA chapters fulfill AIGA’s mission at the local level, supporting members through organizing projects and events to educate, inform and connect designers.
Section: About AIGA
NEW YORK—March 5, 2013. A new professional fellowship program developed by Design Ignites Change and AIGA aims to support social impact projects by providing seed funding and mentoring to creative professionals.
NEW YORK—February 12, 2013. AIGA’s Design Leaders Confidence Index inched upward in the fourth quarter of 2012, climbing from 100.51 to 101.72. Given the economic anxiety surrounding the Congressional ultimatum on the “fiscal cliff,” this sustained level of confidence seems to bode well for designers.
NEW YORK—February 5, 2013. A lifetime of achievement in design can take many forms. The 2013
recipients of the AIGA Medal, the highest honor of the design profession,
represent the range of contributions designers make to clients, future
generations and society at large—through inspiration, thoughtful critique,
social impact and the education of future design leaders.
Ms Stephanie N. Ward
AIGA Los Angeles
Member since 2009
Kari Lynn Schneider
AIGA Design Legends Gala Program
NowThatsRich (Andy Rich)
@meremaines @sagmeisterwalsh @aigahouston We're more of a horde than a gaggle. But thank you for the compliment! #aigaconnect
3 hours ago
Brandon T. Truscott
Gallagher & Associates
TheHubLA (The HUB LA )
Does the mere idea of interviews and pitch meetings make your armpits sweaty? Stop by the AIGA Blueprint Speaker... http://t.co/x3Axd9m015
2 hours ago
Words – and Images – on Ed Fella
Posted by Michael Dooley
7 days ago from
Print Magazine » Imprint: Print Magazine’s Design Blog