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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Co-Chairs, Design Camp®
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Director of Career Practice

The Director of Career Practice oversees Chapter programming efforts and initiatives that serve the Career Practice needs of membership segments in terms of their Career Stages (e.g. emerging, expert) and Career Specialties (e.g. in-house, solopreneur, UX/Digital). The Director will ensure that programs and initiatives generated for the benefit of these segments are developed in the Chapter’s best interests, are open to all members, are sustainably produced and within budget. Further, the Director will ensure that programs align with Chapter objectives by offering benefits including inspirational, educational, and networking opportunities to the membership.

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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 Development

The Director of Development sets the strategic framework for chapter development goals and opportunities and leads the development committee to meet those goals. Leads the Chapter’s efforts to identify, pursue, and secure sponsorship partners, and ensures that partnership agreements are being fulfilled.

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Associate Director, Social Media Engagement
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Chair, Sustainable Design

To lead the Sustainable Design Committee, which works to provide sustainable resources, ideas and practices to designers and the community, and strives to make AIGA Minnesota sustainable in its operations and events. To help maintain a resource of sustainable practices and materials, plan and promote events and programming, prepare communications to members through available chapter media, staying current with relative industry topics, and act as an advocate for sustainable practices with other AIGA Minnesota committees.

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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

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.