Area of Focus
Kandice Cleveland is the graphic designer at WRA. She collaborates with staff to visually communicate the organization’s key messages about the importance of solving climate change, while inspiring stakeholders to take action.
Her work focuses on designing print collateral for projects like quarterly newsletters, annual reports, white papers, and fact sheets and digital collateral, such as ad graphics and social posts. She is also responsible for amplifying the WRA brand across multiple platforms by creating email and web graphics to engage audiences. On a day-to-day basis, you may find Kandice exploring new design trends, conducting research, or designing a mood board for an upcoming project.
As a Colorado native, Kandice has worked for other ethically conscious organizations in the West in both marketing and customer service. Before joining WRA, Kandice was a Graphic Designer for a conscious digital marketing agency where she created both static and motion visuals to encourage digital engagement for a variety of clients.
Her degree path focused on the importance of applying design as a tool to communicate thoughtfully and effectively. While in college, Kandice worked part-time for Met Media – a group of students who provided design solutions for the campus. She was a BFA Thesis Honorable Mention and award recipient for her work on The Objects and the Spectators, which argued the historical rejection and objectification of Black female bodies perpetuates a society of othering.
- Associate of Arts from the Community College of Aurora
- Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Design from the Metropolitan State University of Denver
Favorite thing about the West
The feeling of nature all around!