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We finished our first sensor sweep of the neutral zone. You did exactly what you had to do. You considered all your options, you tried every alternative.

Our guest today puts it this way: “Inclusion is like being invited to a party, but belonging is like having your music playing at the party.”

In episode 66, Chris Do talks with art director, illustrator and public speaker, Hank Washington. They talk about their experience and feelings about public speaking, finding your voice when giving talks, and how to feel at home in the design world as a person of color.

Hailing from Mississippi, Hank is a designer at heart and a self-titled creative decision-maker. He does a lot of illustration work, a little bit of branding, and a bit of art direction with an agency in Birmingham, AL. In short, Hank’s a man of many talents and titles.

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In episode 66, Chris Do talks with art director, illustrator and public speaker, Hank Washington. They talk about their experience and feelings about public speaking, finding your voice when giving talks, and how to feel at home in the design world as a person of color.

Hailing from Mississippi, Hank is a designer at heart and a self-titled creative decision-maker. He does a lot of illustration work, a little bit of branding, and a bit of art direction with an agency in Birmingham, AL. In short, Hank’s a man of many talents and titles.

Party Commitment

  • Our guest today puts it this way: “Inclusion is like being invited to a party, but belonging is like having your music playing at the party.”
  • Hailing from Mississippi, Hank is a designer at heart and a self-titled creative decision-maker. He does a lot of illustration work, a little bit of branding, and a bit of art direction with an agency in Birmingham, AL. In short, Hank’s a man of many talents and titles.
  • In episode 66, Chris Do talks with art director, illustrator and public speaker, Hank Washington. They talk about their experience and feelings about public speaking, finding your voice when giving talks, and how to feel at home in the design world as a person of color.
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They talk about their experience and feelings about public speaking, finding your voice when giving talks, and how to feel at home in the design world as a person of color.

History of the Party

Our guest today puts it this way: “Inclusion is like being invited to a party, but belonging is like having your music playing at the party.”

In episode 66, Chris Do talks with art director, illustrator and public speaker, Hank Washington. They talk about their experience and feelings about public speaking, finding your voice when giving talks, and how to feel at home in the design world as a person of color.

Hailing from Mississippi, Hank is a designer at heart and a self-titled creative decision-maker. He does a lot of illustration work, a little bit of branding, and a bit of art direction with an agency in Birmingham, AL. In short, Hank’s a man of many talents and titles.

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