Diversity Reboot Summit

Branding and Design for Entrepreneurs with Brand Designer EC Pizarro III

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Branding and Design for Entrepreneurs with Brand Designer EC Pizarro III

According to professional brand designer EC Pizarro III 'A logo is just the beginning and short-term, a brand is consistency and recognition.” EC joins us to share how to create a cohesive, scalable, and recognizable foundation for your business and how to ensure that your brand imaging is consistent and authentic to you, your vision, and the goals you have set. A must watch for entrepreneurs, questions welcome!

Meet The Speaker

EC Pizarro III
EC Pizarro III
Brand Designer, Entrepreneur, Marsha’s Web

E.C. Pizarro III, a co-founder of Marsha's Web, is a professional award-winning Brand Designer and Digital Artist. As the owner and lead designer for his agency, 1Z2R Design Studio, he works to design cohesive and artistic projects that support clients in positioning their brands for long-term growth and success. With a corporate background in the design industry, he strives to diligently use his expertise and voice to create a new temperature for members of his communities and for the designers that come after him. He is also the current National Executive Director & National Webmaster of Alpha Omega Kappa Fraternity Inc. and former Supreme Historian.

Having won industry leading awards like the Marcom Award 2016 and 2017, gold and platinum winner respectively, he has faced and prevailed over many challenges. In 2017, he was also a presenter at the first TransTech Summit, where he taught attendees the basics of logo design and comprehensive creative thinking.

Most recently, he received the Emerging Leader Award in 2019 at the Inaugural National Trans Visibility March, for recognition of his work in the design industry and his work as their founding Director of Social Media, Marketing & Communication. E.C. consistently uses his work to highlight and celebrate the beautiful intersections of the Black trans community.