AIGA Central Pennsylvania’s Leadership is 100% powered by volunteers dedicated to making Central Pennsylvania an amazing place for design. We’re always looking for dedicated, motivated members to join the ranks and see the difference they can make in their community. Learn more about Board Service, or get in touch with any current board member.

Current Board Members

Bri Piccari – President – Partner/Designer of Shake & Shift. Instructor at Thaddeus Stevens. Bri has served the chapter since 2014, serving in various roles before stepping into President in November of 2015. As a board member, she has worked with the AIGA Women Lead initiative, and helped create the foundation the chapter stands on today. She is a strong advocate for gender equity and diversity and inclusion, as well as motivating and influencing design in the Central Pennsylvania area. She can be reached at

Frederick YocumFrederick Yocum – Treasurer – Currently engaged in freelance graphic design with expertise in digital and print, he also works part-time as Photography Coordinator for Mennonite Central Committee where he exercises his love of building technical systems and visual story telling. He trained as a fine artist and has exhibited in venues in the Britain and the U.S. before developing a career in graphic arts.  He can be reached at

Jim CastanzoJim Castanzo – Education Chair – Creative consultant and partner at Godfrey in Lancaster and an adjunct faculty member at Pennsylvania College of Art and Design. Jim earned a Fine Art Degree at Wilkes University and did post graduate work at Syracuse University. He can be reached at

RyaanRyaan Beck  Membership/Communications Co-Chair – Ryaan is an UX/UI Designer and Developer at Williams Forrest, where he builds & designs interactive web experiences. He graduated from Millersville University with a degree in Graphic + Interactive Design. He has never fallen off his bike and is a Central Pennsylvania native. He can be reached at

Craig Forbes –  Web Chair – is the Creative Director at Lupeer and is a Contributing Designer with Baltimore magazine. He is experienced in design and development across multiple industries including education, E-commerce, government, and publishing. He is currently a thesis candidate in University of Baltimore’s Master of Fine Arts in Integrated Design program. Craig can be reached at

Angelina Simms –  Communications Co-Chair – works as a digital media consultant helping small businesses and personal brands build awareness and expand their communities. She is an organizer for WordCamp Baltimore, serves as board member for Women Who WordPress. Giving back and helping others is something that she is passionate about and she encourages others do the same. When she’s not involved with tech meetup groups and conferences, she can be found supporting members of the autism community, spending time wandering around libraries, and in pursuit of her quest for the perfect apple cider. She can be reached at

Morgan Keyser – Community Engagement/Outreach Chair – Graphic Designer at Andculture in Harrisburg, PA. She graduated with her Bachelor’s of Science of Graphic Design from Pennsylvania College of Technology. She is a passionate, self-motivated learner, and an award-winning graphic designer. Living and traveling abroad opened her mind and heart to our unique world and gave her a different way of thinking. She has a heart for other people and a love for design. Her passion drives her to help others and do her best at whatever the task. In her free time you can find her volunteering in the community. She can be reached at

Jill Wolfe – Women Lead Chair – Jill is a Designer at Bravo Group in Harrisburg where she creates brands, interprets strategy and designs for all aspects of client needs. She graduated from Slippery Rock University with a degree in public relations and a minor in film and media studies. She believes the future is female. She can be reached at