Jessica Weber’s “Designing for Non-Profits” class at Parsons School of Design visited the office to gain insight into the operations of a design firm. Here, Tyler Bush, Creative Director, lectures about non-profit branding, communication design, and how to successfully project manage and collaborate with clients.
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Jessica Weber leading a roundtable on strategic communications and design at the Institute for Charitable Giving’s 2017 Major Gift Roundtable seminar in Chicago. She is assessing the non-profit communications materials of attendees and giving one-on-one critiques to improve their effectiveness and help their missions come to life.
This Spring, Jessica Weber’s Designing for Non-Profits class at Parsons School of Design will be rebranding Bottomless Closet — an organization that works to reduce the barriers many women face in the search for employment while also providing on-going support and education so women gain the tools to succeed in their professional lives.
Jessica Weber will be on the panel judging the entries for this year’s 63rd Annual Jesse H. Neal Awards. The Neal Awards are the most prestigious editorial honors in the field of journalism. Named after Jesse H. Neal, the first managing director of Connectiv, the Neal Awards were established in 1955 to recognize and reward editorial excellence in business media.
Jessica Weber Design, Inc. is proud to announce The Whelan Group has joined our team of Strategic Partners, offering strategic planning, campaign management, board development, and capacity building services to complement our design communications expertise. We look forward to future collaborations to mutually benefit our clients.
This past Autumn, Jessica finished up another successful semester at Parsons School of Design, teaching “Design for Non-Profits.” Her students worked on a real branding campaign to rename LIFT, Legal Information for Families Today, which works to enhance access to justice for children and families. LIFT provides legal information, community education, and compassionate guidance, while promoting system-wide reform of the courts and public agencies.
Jessica Weber will serve on the faculty of the Institute for Charitable Giving’s Major Gift Roundtable seminar on Advanced Major Gift Fundraising and Leadership in Chicago March 22–23, 2017. She will lead the roundtables on strategic communications and design—teaching how to weave mission and vision statements into branding and publications, making them come alive, and helping to tell a more effective story. She will assess attendees’ communications materials giving one-on-one critiques for relevancy, urgency, clarity, and action! For more information, click here.
The Institute for Charitable Giving, a training center of Jerold Panas, Linzy & Partners, holds empowering seminars for fundraising professionals, led by some of the nation’s premier campaign managers and trainers.
Jessica Weber will be presenting the following topics at the Designing a Successful Capital Campaign seminar in Chicago on February 26-27, 2014:
- Grabbing Your Reader: Evaluating Your Materials to Get the Gift
- The Critical Component to Successful Campaign Materials — Smart/Strategic Design
Here is a short two minute introduction from Jerold Panas about this seminar:
For more information about attending this seminar and others, visit their website at http://www.instituteforgiving.org
We’re pleased to announce that Jessica Weber Design, Inc. has become Of Counsel to Jerold Panas, Linzy & Partners, consultants to philanthropy.
On Thursday, March 1, the FIT Diversity Council will present WOW: Women on Women, a one-day symposium of inspirational stories, recollections and messages for and about women. WOW: Women on Women is sponsored by a grant received from SUNY’s Office of Diversity and Educational Equity.
This symposium, the first of its kind at FIT, was designed in response to requests from students who were seeking a forum that would address conditions for women today—particularly within the context of careers in the fields for which they are being educated at FIT. About 85 percent of our students are women. They know that despite important gains in past decades, women continue to lag both in the workplace and in many aspects of our culture.