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Ann Mulvany's Summer Fellowship Portfolio

A collection of works created and designed by me for The National Center for Adoption Law & Policy.

Ann Mulvany

on 18 August 2011

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Transcript of Ann Mulvany's Summer Fellowship Portfolio

Ohio Adoption Photolisting Summer Institutes My Portfolio FYAC NCALP Fellowship Program After graduating from OSU this June, I was selected to be a Summer Fellow by The Columbus Foundation.

I worked at The National Center for Adoption Law & Policy at Capital University Law School as a communication specialist and my goal was to establish and solidify NCALP's brand.

In my time at NCALP, I did a great deal of print communication material redesign for a number of different projects, creating a cohesive and consistent look across the print materials. Important
Details (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Projects Foster Youth Advocacy Center Ohio Adoption Photolisting Website NCALP Fellowship Program Summer Institutes NCALP's
Fundraiser Working to ensure foster youth successfully transition from care to independence. Fall Fundraiser NCALP is housed within Capital University Law School.

This association creates a "sister brand" which you will see in my designs. This fellowship has been an amazing experience that has given me invaluable knowledge about NCALP and insight into the non-profit sector, as a whole. Thank you all very much for this opportunity to give back to my community by working with such an extraordinary organization. By Ann Mulvany
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