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Daniel Klein

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 the 10th Ward Fresh campaign for the Upper Lawrenceville community to promote urban agriculture and neighborhood fresh food businesses, and online and print media for the Living Waters of Larimer community-led project to develop green infrastructure connected to public art 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 managed evolveEA’s B-Corp certification process. 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 recently joined the steering committee for the Uptown and West Oakland EcoInnovation District and is also one of eight Greater Hill District residents participating in a NeighborWorks certificate program designed to build urban leadership with a focus on community organizing and neighborhood revitalization. Daniel is committed to sustainable living, and his love of city life is equally matched by his appreciation and respect for nature. Daniel holds a BFA in Communication Design from Carnegie Mellon University.