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Bio: Sabina Grady

In her work as a graphic designer, Sabina helps her clients translate their ideas and information into a visual form. No matter what the medium—websites, PowerPoint presentations, or written materials—her strategic goal is the same: words and images are thoughtfully chosen and carefully polished so that a clear, concise and compelling message shines through.

Sabina has worked with a wide variety of corporate, creative and non-profit organizations over the past 20 years, including the Ashby Free Public Library, Amicus, AVFX, Belmont Law Offices, Corporate Graphics, Dressing Well/Organization by Design, Drydock Footwear Group, Eastern Massachusetts Hawk Watch, Keynote Communications, Lumination Production Services, Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences, Migration Productions, Nanumett Group, 3D Leadership Group and Sutherland Video Productions. She has designed presentations for a range of audiences including the Boston Children's Chorus, CFO Magazine, Eastern Bank, EMC Corporation, and WBUR.

Prior to her freelance work, Sabina was Education Materials Production Coordinator at The Greeley Education Company, a provider of national training seminars in healthcare regulation and compliance. She worked with the speakers to design and produce both their PowerPoint presentations and the extensive printed handout materials. Before joining Greeley, Sabina was the Business Manager at Keynote Communications, a business communications consulting firm offering coaching and customized training programs in presentational speaking, consultative selling, meetings facilitation, influence and media interviewing. In addition to assisting the owner with day-to-day operations, she was also responsible for the design and production of marketing materials, presentation visuals and participant booklets for the training programs.

Sabina completed the Graphic Design Certificate Program at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and has a BS in Broadcasting and Film from Boston University's College of Communication.