As Team Lead, my role was to manage the project’s scope and deliverables. I worked with a local nonprofit; the Oasis Alliance, to iron out the project details and form a concise creative brief. It was my responsibility to oversee the members of my creative team, inform them of expectations and objectives, assign tasks to best fit each designer and positively motivate the group to cultivate a collaborative environment, effectively reaching all goals in a short timeframe.
Client: The Oasis Alliance brightens the lives of trauma survivors by co-designing personalized spaces that encourage and support recovery, growth, and mental well-being. Most people believe that interior design is a luxury. We believe that interior design is an underutilized tool to empower, encourage and resurrect people at their lowest point. When we live in personalized spaces that affirm our humanity, we feel important—a major first step in moving past trauma and loss.
Brief: The OA is a BIPOC led non profit organization that creates healing spaces for trauma survivors. The Oasis Alliance envisions a world where every trauma survivor has a dignified place of refuge to refuel and recharge. Frustrations; fundraising—help getting donations on a regular basis.