Become an AIGA Minnesota Ambassador

Ambassadors coordinate membership tables at all events, communicate membership benefits, promote upcoming AIGA Minnesota events, and stay current with self-promotion and business promotion trends. Volunteers best suited for this committee are outgoing and comfortable starting conversations with event attendees, members and non-members alike.

Recognizing our outstanding volunteers

We are strong because of our volunteers–AIGA members that give freely of their time, expertise, and resources.

AIGA Minnesota recognizes individuals who distinguish themselves through their dedication to the chapter and their efforts throughout the year to bolster the mission of AIGA Minnesota. Nominations for the awards are tallied during a set period of time each year. Winners are then announced annually at the Volunteer Party, an event thanking all that have participated in facilitating and planning the many programs offered by AIGA Minnesota.

Congratulations to all of the award recipients and thank you for your dedication and hard work.

 

2011
Volunteer of the Year – Katrin Loss
Unsung Hero – Pete Klein
People’s Choice – Seth Johnson

2012
Volunteer of the Year – Brent Stickels
Unsung Hero – Kim Shannon
People’s Choice – Ken Friberg

2013
Volunteer of the Year – Jay Larson
Unsung Hero – Amy Stemper
People’s Choice – Amy Dritz

2014
Volunteer of the Year – Matt Langevin
Unsung Hero – Renee Ebert
People’s Choice – Jay Larson

2015
Volunteer of the Year – Randy Piechowski
Unsung Hero – Nancy Moskop
People’s Choice – Heather Olson

2016
Volunteer of the Year – Melanie Stovall
Unsung Hero – Dan Marsh
People’s Choice – Amanda Martin

Contact Leadership

Ashley Green
Ashley Green
Director of Membership
Ashley is the senior web designer at Gradient Positioning, and has been an active AIGA member since 2011.

Earning her B.A. in Graphic Design and graduating with honors from AIPX (Phoenix, AZ) in 2014, she’s demonstrated success in leadership from her nomination and induction into Alpha Beta Kappa in 2012, to her collaboration as a Co-chair for AIGA MN’s Portfolio 1-on-1 in 2018.

With a special interest in diversity and inclusion, she has a passion for bridging together all facets of the creative industry. Ashley has a strong belief in people-motivating people to make great things happen and she works diligently to promote improvement through change.

In her down time, she can be found backpacking through a Minnesota State Park, running on one of the Minneapolis regional trails, or ‘nerding-out’ over an episode of The X-Files.