Marnay is a visual storyteller who helps clients implement creative strategies that speak to their audiences and advance their missions. Using her experience in design and visual strategy, Marnay employs research and user-centered approaches to create innovative communications. She has developed successful creative campaigns, including branding and identity development, website and social media creation, and design strategies to help clients achieve lasting impact. Marnay has spent the majority of her career in the communications and non-profit space, working with organizations such as the Ford Foundation, Packard Foundation, and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation. Marnay received her bachelor’s degree in graphic design from the Maryland Institute College of Art and lives in Maryland with her husband and son. In her free time, she enjoys mastering jigsaw puzzles, trying her hand at scrapbooking and blogging about her favorite local restaurants.