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Nanette Keir

Senior Graphic Designer/Web Architect

American Slide Chart | Perrygraf



Please share advice for young women considering or starting a career in print… Which includes design, sales, marketing, and all jobs within. 

My advice to any young woman looking to get into print is to learn as much as possible. I am fortunate enough to work at a place that takes pieces from concept to printing, die-cutting, and finishing. It has helped me to understand each department’s concerns. It is also a great way to get to know your coworkers. Knowledge is power, and it helps to know everyone’s job to work better together.

How have mentors helped your personal and career development?

One person in particular years ago made me feel so much smarter than I realized that I was. She and other co-workers encouraged me to learn as much as I can and to have fun while working.

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