By Stephanie Groves
This month it is my pleasure to introduce you to Kiley Lipps, a graphic designer and photographer who is an integral part of our team. Kiley freelanced for Indiana Electric Cooperatives for six years before joining the staff full-time this past June. I asked her to share a little about herself and her work:
My job is split between Indiana Connection and working on the creative and design needs of our member cooperatives. My favorite magazine page is the food spread because I get to take the photos and design the pages. Also, food! The creative projects I work on for the cooperatives vary a lot. I may be doing an annual meeting logo one day and an ad for our youth programs the next. You may also see me around taking photos. I’m grateful this job allows me to work on projects that make people’s lives better, even if in small ways.
Three facts about Kiley:
I have three cats. I’m known as the cat lady in all my friend groups, and I love it.
I bought my first house two years ago and have spent many weekends since then making it my own. I enjoy being able to paint everything pink.
I grew up on the border between Indiana and Ohio in Union City, Indiana. It was normal for me to go to swim practice in Ohio and then dance class in Indiana in the same day, which was even more interesting when we were in different time zones!
Kiley has the ability to make any part of the magazine she touches look fantastic, and a top-notch sense of humor, to boot. I’m so glad she’s a part of this team.
STEPHANIE GROVES is editor of Indiana Connection