We are pleased to announce the 2015-16 AIGA WI Advisory Board. We’d like to thank the following individuals for the value they provide our chapter through their guidance, leadership and expertise.

Amy Decker, Dig Design
Amy gained valuable experience serving as a design resource to a number of major creative agencies in Southern California before making the leap to founding her own company in 1996. As president and creative director of Dig Design for the past decade, Amy has earned a reputation for her common-sense approach to helping clients achieve their communications objectives. Amy is a past president and founder of the AIGA Wisconsin Chapter, the professional association for design, and she has earned multiple design industry awards for creativity. A graduate of the Art Center of Design in Pasadena, California, Amy also studied advertising and graphics at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in Denver, Colorado.

Doug Cheever, Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin
With 14 years of professional practice, Doug Cheever has experiences across a range of projects, from identity and branding, editorial design, signage, event promotion, photography, video, social media, web design and environmental graphics. He has done work for several mission driven non-profits, political organizations and local businesses. He is from the Milwaukee area and holds a B.A. in Graphic Design from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, and is a past President of the AIGA Wisconsin Chapter.

Chris Klein, Shift Clean
The creative. The driver. The designing fool. Chris has a passion for branding, typography and award-winning design. He received a Bachelor’s of Fine Art from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and has gained award winning recognition for simplification at Assurant Health. Chris has volunteered with the Wisconsin AIGA chapter extensively over 5 years, holding the positions of Communication Director, VP and President. His life is immersed in art and design – and his career has been spent striking a balance between the tactical and the dimensional.

Martha Carrigan, Big Shoes Network
As President and CEO of Big Shoes Network, Inc., Martha lives to help others fill big shoes in their companies and individual careers. She has corporate, agency, non-profit and entrepreneurial experience in marketing and communication, leadership and business development, public relations, and operations. Her education includes a BA in Communication from UW-Milwaukee and an Integrated Marketing Certificate from DePaul University/CIMA. She served on multiple non-profit boards including as secretary for AIGA-WI and currently invests in others through sponsorship and mentoring in AIGA.

Anne Baesemann, Aquent

Phil Belair, MIAD

Erica Conway, C2 Productivity Solutions