Elena Schultz is a seasoned writer and fledgling graphic designer based in Michigan. She specializes in creative strategy, arts and technology journalism, digital illustration, print and publication design, digital marketing, and museum branding.
Elena received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English and French & Francophone Studies from Vassar College ('19) and completed coursework in comparative literature at Université Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris, FR ('17).
Elena is the recipient of the Laura Adelina Ward and E. Elizabeth Dana prizes for her research in digital narratives and illness. Her undergraduate thesis focused on the role of UX design in facilitating storytelling (and healing) within online breast cancer support forums.
Elena currently holds a role in graphic design and technical writing in mid-Michigan. In her free time, she enjoys weaving on a rigid heddle loom, brewing kombucha, and hiking in the marshes near her home.
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