Alicia Hope is a Visiting Assistant Professor/Program Coordinator and alumna of Florida A&M University. She teaches traditional and online in the School of Journalism & Graphic Communication. Alicia received her Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Design from FAMU and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Media Design from Full Sail University. She is a member of The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA).
Her areas of expertise include print design, brand development and design strategy with over ten years of experience in the design field. Alicia worked at the Marome Agency where she strategized brand develop through graphic design for prestigious companies such as The Alonzo Mourning Family Foundation, BET and Greater Miami Gardens Chamber of Commerce. She also provides graphic design services through her company ESPOIR DESIGN.
Alicia imparts her knowledge and love of design to the next generation of graphic designers, broadcast journalists and public relations scholars. Teaching them the essentials in program software and the fundamentals of graphic design.
Diversity is the driving force that allows students to
be innovative through art. As an educator and mentor,
I am afforded the opportunity to give back
to the community and cultivate the
visionaries of tomorrow.
- Alicia Hope, MFA
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