Kristen Peterson

Senior Graphic Designer

Office Location:

Schmidt College Center

Email: kpeterson@lynn.edu

Phone: +1 561-237-7957

Professional Profile:

Kristen Peterson creates marketing collateral for all departments, with a primary focus on the Office of Admission. She is responsible for managing, collaborating, and designing projects such as advertisements (web and print), brochures, booklets and banners while staying within brand guidelines.

Peterson started her career in Lynn’s Office of Marketing and Communication as a graphic design intern and was hired full-time in 2012. Imagination and creativity have been the driving forces for Peterson, and graphic and web design have been an integral part of her career.

Interests:

Stand-up comedy, yoga and dark chocolate … lots of dark chocolate

Education:

Peterson was born and raised in South Florida. She graduated from Lynn University with a Bachelor of Science in photography and from PC Professor with a certificate of web design optimization.

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