Corinne Preston is the Communication and Design Director for the Center for Cultural Affairs at the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs. She produces the digital and print communication and design projects for workshops, conferences, and other events while overseeing and teaching graduate assistants to work on all forms of communication outreach.
Corinne taught graduate students in the Master of Arts in Arts Administration program and undergraduate students in the Arts Management program at the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs. She is the Founder and CEO of Jade Design Incorporated 501 (c)(3). Jade Design provides nonprofit organizations with the opportunity to obtain design education, training, and service to advance their social impact goals. Corinne founded CPdesigns in Bloomington in 2008 and serves as the firm's president. In addition, her professional experience includes work as a graphic designer for Indiana University and Gnarly Tree Sustainability Institute, Columbia University in New York City (2005-08), flash designer and writer for Impact 210 (2005), design coordinator for Montserrat Art Gallery (2003-05), and graphic designer for Lipman Hearne in Chicago (2004).
Corinne received her Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Indiana University. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Montserrat College of Art.