Loryn O’Donnell is a brand strategist experienced in both agency and consultant work. In addition to running her design business and leading the AIGA DFW board, she moonlights as an adjunct design professor at UTA. Loryn joined the board in 2013 as Director of Volunteers, then served in 2014 & 2015 as Director of Engagement, overseeing membership and committee growth. Having served as Vice President in 2016 & 2017, Loryn now continues her board service in a 2 year term as President, and is dedicated to expanding community involvement with an eye towards empowering AIGA DFW to execute the many incredible ideas we receive from our members.
Secretary and Interim Membership Director
Found with a book in her hand and garden dirt under her fingernails at most times, Stacey Jemison wants the world to see in technicolor; optimistic and filled with joyful laughter. If that can’t happen, she just wants them to stop arguing on the internet. As a Photographer and Art Director, she tries to bring more art into the world in some way—every day.
Christopher Allred graduated from The University of North Texas with a BA in Advertising in 2018. Currently he works at a high end packaging company. As Director of Production for Big Box Little Box he leads all aspects of production, and client management for all of their top tier clients. Having worked on aspects of design, production, client management and business development, Chris has developed a unique advantage in the creative space. When he’s not working he enjoys photography and getting outdoors exploring nature.
Brett Yanoski graduated from Texas Christian University with a BFA in Graphic Design in 2012. With over 13 years of experience as a designer and developer, he has worked with clients in a wide range of industries including entertainment, healthcare and small business. He is currently a Senior Front-End Developer for Schaefer Advertising in Fort Worth. At Schaefer, he works with brands crafting websites, apps and other digital experiences that work to make life better. Brett joined the board of AIGA DFW in 2018 and continues to work towards growing the design community throughout North Texas.
Director of Diversity & Inclusion
Linda is a Creative Director at Corgan MediaLab, where she conceptualizes and directs a wide variety of project types such as renderings, motion graphics, videos, animations, and immersive experiences such as VR and AR. Before that she was in the Digital Design department at Fossil for a little over fifteen years, where she went after obtaining a BFA in Communication Design from the University of North Texas. Linda has been a volunteer with AIGA since August 2017 and joined the board in January 2019. Her mission is to bring awareness, education, and action around the diversity, equity, and inclusive space within our chapter.
Gus Granger is a native of Minnesota, husband, father of three, and Chief Creative Officer of Cyxtera Technologies, a global data center and cybersecurity company. His 20+ year career in graphic design and brand strategy has earned him the recognition by a number of publications and organizations including Adobe, AIGA, Brand New, Communication Arts, DSVC, Graphis and Print Magazine. Gus is a past president of the Dallas Fort Worth chapter of the AIGA, and currently has a seat on the organization’s national diversity task force.
Willie Baronet was the owner / creative director of GroupBaronet from 1992-2006. His work has been featured in CA, Graphis, AIGA, NY Art Directors, The One Show, Print, Annual Report Trends, The Type Directors Club among others. In 2013 Willie recieved the AIGA Fellow award. He is a public speaker (including TEDxSMU) and judge of many creative competitions (including the prestigious Communication Arts Annual). Willie is currently the Stan Richards Professor of Creative Advertising at SMU's Temerlin Advertising Institute.
Sara Carpeaux Hinojosa
Sara Carpeaux Hinojosa is a strategic leader and seasoned creative passionate about fashion, branding and bringing visual harmony to chaos. She believes on building teams from within based on collaboration, innovation and trust. She currently works at Mentor, a digital design agency based in Seattle. Her role is to bring the digital design, expertise and model to Dallas by opening the first satellite office.
Douglas May is a professor at The University of North Texas in Denton, Texas, and owner of May & Co., a Dallas-based design consultancy. He holds an MFA with Emphasis in Visual Communication from Texas A&M Commerce - Dallas. After being recruited by Stan Richards and moving to Dallas, he founded the design communications firm May & Co. in 1986. Doug was honored in 2011 as an AIGA Fellow for his career contribution to the design community. He is a past board member and officer of AIGA DFW and is a past president of the DSVC.