You’re already a member of AIGA. You attend and participate in chapter events and programming. Now it’s time to consider the next step and volunteer in one of the largest and most influential volunteer design communities in the world.

Volunteering for AIGA Minnesota gives back to the design community and supports your profession. It’s something you can feel good about. Our chapter’s leadership of committee chairs and board members come directly from our cadre of volunteers. Local employers consistently report that they respond favorably to seeing chapter volunteer service on a resume.

To apply for one of the positions posted below, contact AIGA Minnesota’s Secretary. You will be asked to submit your resume and answer questions about your volunteer and leadership experience. AIGA membership is required to serve on the board. Become a member here.

Current Board Opportunities

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Chair, Design Show
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Director of Design Impact

The Director of Design Impact oversees Chapter programming, initiatives, and operations that serve to demonstrate, protect, or increase the impact of design as a professional craft, strategic tool, and vital cultural force.

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DIrector of Operations

The purpose of the Director of Operations is to assess AIGA Minnesota’s processes and policies and to guide the development of operational strategies that are in support of AIGA Minnesota’s mission, aligned with chapter goals, and in the best interest of its membership.

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Committee Opportunities

Interested in helping out on one of our committees? Check out our Committees page to find opportunities, or you can contact [email protected].

Contact Leadership

Amanda Martin
Amanda Martin
Director of Membership
Amanda was introduced to AIGA in 2012 through the Minnesota chapter’s mixer, Cocktails with Creatives, and has been involved ever since. She has served on the for two years on Portfolio 1-on-1 as well as Design Show committee. Currently, she serves on the board as Director of Membership and organizes Cocktails with Creatives. Being a part of the design community, especially this local chapter, has been a stellar part of her life and she looks forward to making a positive difference.

During the work week, Amanda is a committed in-house Creative Advisor and Sr. Web Designer at Gradient Financial Group in the Twin Cities, primarily performing account management, while also building responsive websites for clients. She’s a lucky lady to be on a team of 20+ creatives, from designers to developers to videographers to copywriters.

Amanda loves the outdoors, people, and having lots of fun! During her time away from work, she takes full advantage of being active during all seasons. Her favorite activities include golfing, kayaking, camping, motorcycle trips and is always up for connecting over a good cup of coffee for great conversation.