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Teaches:

DDSN 1100: Digital Design Foundations
DDSN 2400: Digital Page Layout

Contact Email:

achampa1@tulane.edu

Contact Phone:

504-865-5555

Aisha Champagne

Aisha Champagne is the Senior Graphic Designer at Newcomb College Institute at Tulane University. At NCI, she is responsible for the conception, design and execution of print/digital publications and projects within the organization, such as: signage, flyers, brochures, wall/window decals, PowerPoint presentations, Newcomb magazine layout, invitations, promotional items (swag), social media ads, banners, etc. and she provides graphic design services to NCI student organizations when requested. She teaches graphic design courses at SoPA.

Prior to joining Tulane, Ms. Champagne was Creative Design Manager at the New Orleans Museum of Art, where she designed museum collateral for numerous art exhibitions, educational initiatives, programs, and events. She was also the designer/art director of the museum's quarterly publication, which won a 2011 Magnum Opus Award for Most Improved Design.

Aisha earned her B.A. in Liberal Arts/Graphic Design from the University of New Orleans in 1999. A New Orleans native, she also attended the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, where she studied visual art.

In her free time, Aisha loves working out by taking boot camp-style fitness classes and enjoys spending time with her family.

What are your favorite activities when you are not working?

I have a passion for physical fitness! I love working out by running, lifting weights or taking rigorous boot camp style fitness classes. I have won many fitness competitions over the years as a result.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

My dad would always say—"When life comes at you hard and you don't know what to do: K1 and K2'." (Knee #1 and Knee #2.) In other words, you better get on your knees and PRAY!

What advice would you give to someone who's considering finishing their degree, or starting for the first time as an adult?

The time to do it is now. Life is so short and tomorrow is promised to no one. Make every effort to achieve your goals and turn your dream into reality while you are here.