Youth Summit 2019

Privy Council Office

Graphic recording for the Prime Minister of Canada...

In April 2019, the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, hosted the first Youth Summit in Ottawa, congregating over 300 brilliant young people to discuss pressing issues. Jordana graphic recorded each talk, including the Prime Minister's Town Hall, creating a unified visual story for the event that was broadcasted widely through social media.

 
“You were able to capture key points raised by youth, which highlighted important themes. As a result, participants were able to see their own ideas, passions and enthusiasm reflected in your artwork.”

Christiane Fox

Deputy Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and Youth

Privy Council Office

Policy Community Conference

Government of Canada

Uniting public sector innovators

with visual storytelling..

 

The 2019 Policy Community Conference convened hundreds of public sector leaders for hands-on learning, enabled by rich storytelling. Graphic recording provided a locus around which practitioners could congregate, share ideas, and refer back to developments from the day. The visuals provided social media content during the event and for months following.

The 2019 Policy Community Conference convened hundreds of public sector leaders for hands-on learning, enabled by rich storytelling. Graphic recording provided a locus around which practitioners could congregate, share ideas, and refer back to developments from the day. The visuals provided social media content during the event and for months following.

TED Global

Geneva 2015

Preserving the messages of global leaders...

 

In 2015, over 900 attendees from over 80 countries attended TED's official, annual Global Summit in Geneva. Working with Innovation Arts, Jordana graphic recorded 15 talks, weaving the content into one visual map for the entire event. Speakers included Dambisa Moyo and Yanis Varoufakis, among others.

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I created a graphic novella following the event that captured the key themes from the conference. It was shared online to continue the conversations begun during the conference.

 

CCPL 2019

Canadian Medical Agency

Visualising the pillars of leadership

in medicine today...

The Canadian Conference on Physician Leadership convened physicians and medical practitioners from across Canada to discuss the role of physician leaders in transformational change. Graphic recording garnered emotion and brought to life themes of diversity and equality in medicine.

Speakers Vishal Varshney, Gigi Osler, Chika Oriuwa, Dennis Kendel, and Andre Bernard pose with the graphic recording artefacts.

Insights Centre London

KPMG UK

Enabling exec clients to

envision the future...

 

Via Innovation Arts, I worked with KPMG's London Insights Centre to showcase the art of the possible. Graphic facilitation became a key component of sessions within the space for it's effectiveness in demonstrating KPMG's data, analytics and innovation capabilities to clients across industries.

Together, we communicated innovations to clients across industries, bringing the impact of change to life visually.

 

MEA LT SUMMIT

Microsoft

Vision and team-building

across the region...

Microsoft's Middle East and Africa internal summit took place in Jordan in 2017. Working with Innovation Arts, I graphic recorded team-building workshops and talks, using powerful visuals to create alignment across functions and regions.

 

Annual Insurance Conference

KPMG Canada

Creating a tool for storytelling;

preserving the memory of an event...

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Graphic facilitation was the centre-piece of KPMG's annual insurance event in 2016 and served as a powerful tool for reflecting on the day and the content that had been shared.

 

Innovation Festival 2018

Fast Company

Creative coaching for industry leaders...

Can planning a "bagel heist" unite a team? This creative coaching workshop for Fast Company's Innovation Festival proved that - yes! - fun, play, creativity and design thinking can enable the quick, effective mobilisation of a multidisciplinary team.

Aimed at helping executives quickly assemble multi-disciplinary teams, this workshop integrated skills assessment activities with collaborative play and design thinking approaches.

Participants learned to quickly define their key skillsets and those of others, in order to identify compatibilities. They grew their teams from these compatibilities, united by a shared goal - a bagel heist (we were in NYC after all). Through visualisation and strategic - albeit playful - planning, the new teams designed strategies for collaboration that capitalised on their unique skills.

Laughter. Creativity. Relationship-building.

By the end of the workshop, participants from vastly different industries had found surprising ways to work together and build connections that would last beyond the festival.