Meryl is a multidisciplinary graphic designer with over a decade of experience crafting thoughtful design solutions. 

She is currently a design director at the Brooklyn Public Library. There, as part of the Marketing & Communications team, she helps design and project manage a wide variety of initatives. From concept development and creative direction for the launch of Culture Pass, which offers free tickets to museums and cultural organizations in all five boroughs, to designing user interfaces for the website, she has been closely involved in all aspects of the BPL brand development.

She has previously designed for a range of private sector companies and nonprofit organizations including Housing Works and General Assembly, and worked on freelance projects for Dispatch Magazine, Dieu Donné, and Hester Street Collaborative. She holds a BFA in Graphic Design from the Savannah College of Art & Design.