Debbie Rappaport works with clients through print and digital design, including the Aspen Institute and the News Literacy Project, among others. Debbie is a graphic designer who combines decades of advocacy and communications experience with the visually creative intuition that brings a story to life.
Debbie received a certificate in graphic design from Montgomery College in May 2017, after a 25-year career directing advocacy campaigns and policy communications. Before going back to school, Debbie directed the ZERO TO THREE Policy Network by cultivating and mobilizing key professionals in the early childhood field to influence federal and state policy on behalf of infants, toddlers, and their families. She oversaw all aspects of the Policy Network’s work, including strategic communications planning and implementation, the creation and execution of live and digital advocacy engagement campaigns, and the development of advocacy tools and resources.
Debbie also served as the KIDS COUNT network coordinator for the Annie E. Casey Foundation and as the director of strategic applications for the FrameWorks Institute. She has a master’s in policy sciences from University of Maryland, Baltimore County, a master’s in Jewish studies from Baltimore Hebrew University, and a bachelor’s in history from Indiana University.
PASSIONS THAT BENEFIT MY CLIENTS
- An appreciation for art and design in all its forms, so I can pull inspiration from multiple sources.
- A thirst for knowledge and desire to try new things.
- Being part of a team that respects one another and encourages one another to be their very best.