Mollie Ruskin, designer of the cover for the guide What’s Strategy Got To Do With It? by Lee-Sean Huang.

As a cross-sector designer and organizer, Mollie is dedicated to creating human-centered solutions to wicked social challenges. Mollie is currently serving as a Presidential Innovation Fellow at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Most recently, she led creative projects at Reboot, a social impact service design and innovation firm focused on governance and development.

Mollie’s career began in the nonprofit sector, where after serving as a National PolitiCorps Fellow with the Bus Project, she orchestrated voter registration and GOTV efforts, organized young people around federal climate policy, and created communications plans for public health advocacy efforts. She served as the aide to a state representative, managing broad coalitions of diverse policy advocates and legislators. Mollie was a participant in the SVA Impact! Design for Social Change residency and has designed print and web materials for countless campaigns, nonprofits, and small businesses. Mollie lives in Washington, DC and holds a BA in Media Studies from Pomona College.