Lyubava Kroll, MDes, is a visual communication designer, illustrator, and researcher. Her interests include interdisciplinary learning and participatory design as methods to promote social awareness. She has previously worked as a design consultant for the Government of Alberta, University of Alberta, National Research Council of Canada, Sustainable Waterloo Region, World Animal Protection (New York), and National Dance Institute (New York). Lyubava is currently overseeing visual communications and brand at the United Nations Global Compact (New York) as a Sr. Designer. 

Japan Day at Central Park Art Contest, Winner, 2019. 
Japan Day at Central Park Art Contest, Honorable Mention, 2018. 
Graphic Designers Canada (GDC) National Scholarship Award, Marc Brisbourne Scholarship, 2015. Scholarship, National Competition Winner, 2015.
Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD), Social Good Design Award, 2013.
Universities and Colleges Design Association (UCDA) Award for Poster Design, 2011.
Applied Arts Magazine Award for Poster Design, 2011.
Graduate Student Association, University of Alberta, Graduate Handbook Competition Winner, 2011.
Masters of Design Poster Competition. Honours place, York University, 2008.
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