Daniel Klein, EcoDistricts AP
Daniel is a believer in the power of visual communication as a force for social impact and informed change making. As evolveEA’s communication designer he contributes conceptual direction, visualization, and content development to a broad array of project types. Since joining the team in 2011, Daniel has designed neighborhood campaigns and district brand identity systems, such as the C-Town Arts & Culture District for Charles Town, WV, and media for the Living Waters of Larimer community-led project to promote green infrastructure and urban placemaking. He also designed sustainability education materials for Pittsburgh’s Energy Innovation Center and helped facilitate an organizational strategy process for the Lawrenceville Community Development Corporation using data visualizations.
Daniel focuses on media, brands and graphic systems that engage, inform, and inspire. He directs the firm’s branding, marketing, and blogging, and manages evolveEA’s B-Corp certification and workplace frameworks. His background includes leading the in-house design studio for a DC-based business strategy firm, and designing exhibition graphics and publications for art museums and galleries in the US and abroad. A resident of Uptown, he sits on the implementation task force for the Uptown EcoInnovation District Plan and is also part of a cohort of Greater Hill District residents who completed a NeighborWorks certificate program designed to build urban leadership with a focus on community organizing and neighborhood revitalization. Daniel holds a BFA in Communication Design from Carnegie Mellon University and is an EcoDistricts Accredited Professional.