Corina Gilbert is the creative director at the Foundation for Government Accountability. A professional freelance graphic designer, Corina delights in making people and companies look great with a clean, contemporary flair.
Her creative career choice may be different from her business economics education, but her creative roots are blood-deep. The daughter of portrait artist James Stinchfield, Corina comes by her artistic talents rightly and pulls her from childhood influences of precision, creativity, and discipline.
She has been a designer for over 20 years working on political campaigns, tourism publications, and professional marketing materials for companies and organizations nationwide. When not designing, Corina enjoys adventuring outdoors, cooking, and travel. Corina lives in Maine with her husband and three children.