Denise McCall is founder and president of McCall Design Studio, a multidisciplinary award-winning studio, serving diverse community clients since 1988. McCall has personally directed, and created visual communications for American Red Cross for over two
decades; as well as collaborated with other well-known enterprises such as the University of Pennsylvania, Moore College of Art and Design, Special Olympics, Texas A&M University, Mystic Aquarium, and the United States Navy, among others in her career. "For
over a decade, McCall has set and then raised the standards of visual communications," stated American Red Cross colleagues and clients who honored her with the highest organizational award for her effective work through the years. McCall is one of 40 creative
professionals across the country chosen and certified in the capstone AIGA/Harvard University Business School (HBS 2005) Design Leadership Program in Cambridge, MA. She holds a B.F.A. in Graphic Design from Tyler School of Art, Temple University, PA; 1-Year
Accredited Professional Certification from Moore College of Art and Design, PA; and Continuing Education from Rhode Island School of Design, RI. McCall's work has created growth repeatedly for her numerous clients' business and organization objectives through
the years. McCall continues as a practicing business and design professional. As Adjunct Professor, she teaches Visual Communications courses to college students of the Washington, D.C. metro area.