Nima Rahni works with the development and communications team to make sure that Children Now’s design is thoughtful, effective, and cohesive. His work ranges from designing infographics for larger publications to illustrations for outreach materials, and always prioritizes communicating in an honest and human way. His work also includes overseeing digital systems to make internal processes efficient and streamlined.
Previously, he worked as a designer with the City of San Francisco, Recreation & Parks Department to create resources that teach residents about their public spaces. Prior to that, he designed with The Center for Design in the Public Interest, working closely with doctors to improve the experience of patients seeking care.
Mr. Rahni graduated from the University of California, Davis, where he oversaw large projects for different campus organizations. While earning his B.A. in design, he focused his studies on socially responsible creative practices and research methods.