Becky Slogeris is Associate Director at the Center for Social Design at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), where she brings MICA students together with outside partners to advance equity and social justice through design.
Her work touches many of the most pressing challenges in Baltimore – from hearing healthcare for older adults to underage drinking prevention, reproductive justice for women to smoke-free homes, HIV stigma to pedestrian and bicyclist safety. She is passionate about engaging people with both technical expertise and lived experience in order to create processes and products that work for all stakeholders.
Past partners include Baltimore City Health Department, Behavioral Health System Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Center for Child and Community Health Research, Baltimore City Public Schools, Baltimore Urban Debate League, USDA, FEMA, Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Real Food Farm, Sandy Hook Promise, Teach for All, and Teach for America.
- MA, Social Design, 2012, Maryland Institute College of Art
- BFA, Graphic Design, 2011, Maryland Institute College of Art