Erin Nogle

Erin Nogle serves as Graphic Designer within the creative team at the Institute for Justice. She produces graphic design and artwork for IJ’s many digital and print initiatives. She is honored to make work alongside the movers and shakers at IJ and serving those who have encountered injustice. Her fundamental belief is that thoughtful design and strategic storytelling has the ability to inform, inspire, and unite. Utilizing design skills in a variety of digital and handmade artistic mediums, Erin seeks to communicate every mission in clear and compelling ways. 

Erin joined IJ in November 2020. Before IJ, Erin was a freelance graphic designer and visual artist creating work for a broad range of clients in the entertainment industry and nonprofit sector. She helped individuals and brands build visual identities and tell their stories to an increasingly distracted audience. In addition, Erin contributed to the USC Design Studio as a designer and photographer serving the creative needs of the university auxiliary service units. In 2016 she was awarded the Cardinal Award for her photography efforts at the Keck Medical Center. Prior to working for the university, she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Art and Design from the University of Southern California in 2015. She was born in San Diego and grew up in Encinitas, CA.

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