Greteman Group Art Director Meghan Wolfe has been named president of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) Wichita chapter. Her term officially begins July 1. AIGA serves as the oldest and largest member organization for design. It advances design as a strategic advantage and vital cultural force.
“AIGA holds great meaning for me,” says Wolfe. “It’s a resource for ideas and information, a reminder of best practices and a way to network with career-oriented creatives.”
Wolfe has served on the board and various committees for the chapter for the past three years. One of her first duties as president was attending a leadership retreat in Baltimore, titled “Lead by Design.” Attendees represented 73 creative communities nationwide.
“It was incredibly inspiring to be in a room full of creative leaders and to know I’m now a part of that,” Wolfe said. “We walked away with a wealth of resources to use in leading our chapters, advancing our professions and building our communities.”
Wolfe joined Greteman Group in 2013 and, in her role as art director, helps guide diverse projects, from identity and masterbrand development to website design and interactive ads. Whether helping an airline recruit pilots or building a nonprofit’s donor base, Wolfe makes the message stand out and connect with the right people.
“Meghan brings tremendous passion and commitment to everything she does,” says Sonia Greteman, agency president and creative director. “The chapter will benefit from her leadership.”