Designer. Communicator. Researcher. Collaborator. Manager. 
Design Leader. Autism Advocate.
Believer in the power of design to change the world ...  
Carolyn Crowley recently joined ECHO Science Center as the Design & Brand Manager in Burlington, Vermont. Carolyn’s work has spanned from creating exhibits for the Smithsonian to designing the National Track and Field Hall of Fame in New York City. Previously she served as Creative Director at a Children’s Museum in Salt Lake City where she oversaw all creative projects across print and digital platforms as well as lead the design of 3D and exhibits projects.  She has been an in-house designer and design consultant for many design firms, businesses, cultural organizations, and museums over her 20+ year design career.
Carolyn’s work has won awards from AIGA, SEGD, New England Museum Publication Design, and Communicator Design Awards. Work has also been featured in HOW Magazine, as well as several design books by Rockport Publishing. With a soft-spot for AIGA and spreading the power of design, Carolyn has served as Community Director for AIGA Salt Lake City and currently works with the amazing AIGA Vermont team as the Co-Membership Director.  When not designing, Carolyn is uploading pictures of her cats on instagram or dodging mountains of her son’s legos that are increasingly taking over her house. 

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