Topic Lunch Groups

12:20 pm – 2:00 pm

Phoenix Convention Center North
100 N. 3rd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Attending the PHXDW Evolve Design Conference on Saturday and wondering what to do for lunch? Join one of our topic lunch groups and make some connections! Three AIGA Arizona board members and one of our sponsors will each lead a group of 8 to a nearby restaurant where we’ll have reserved seating. Group leaders will start the conversation with the topic listed below and see where it goes.

Lunch Group Details

  • Lunches are no-host – that means you pay for yourself.
  • Meet at 12:20PM in the designated area (to be announced) immediately following Breakout Session 1 on Saturday morning.
  • Groups will walk to nearby designated restaurants
  • Restaurants have been informed that we need to be done by 1:30PM so that you will be able to return on time for the afternoon breakouts that start at 2:10PM
  • Must be a PHXDW Evolve Design Conference ticket holder to attend.



Iván Delvasto
Diversity & Inclusion Chair / AIGA Arizona
Building Awareness through Discourse: What does the correlation between culture, diversity & inclusion look like in the creative professional community?

Diana Cheek
In-House Director / AIGA Arizona
In-House Design Productivity: How to manage heavy workloads, demanding clients, and tight deadlines while working to be strategic, creative, and precise.

Carissa Vivirito
Realtor®, Creator & Owner of EVOLVE / Bronze Sponsor
EVOLVING your brand: How crafting a vision so incredibly and wildly meaningful can elevate your brand and all those engaged with it.

Kathy Morgan
Treasurer & PHXDW Co-Director / AIGA Arizona
My Life is a Venn Diagram: Ways to create and grow your community connections.

RSVP now, these will fill quickly!

Registration closes Thursday, October 10 at 5:00PM.

Your registration constitutes permission to use photos, audio, and video recording taken of you at the event for promotional and educational purposes in connection with AIGA Arizona, and places you on the master mailing list.

AIGA Arizona has adopted the AIGA Code of Conduct with regard to its activities. We reserve the right to refuse admittance for violations of this Code, or other unlawful or disruptive actions. Any concerns should be addressed to the AIGA Arizona president.

Speakers’ presentations and viewpoints are their own opinions and do not necessarily reflect those of AIGA Arizona. We are not responsible for the content of every presentation; please be aware that adult language, visuals or topics may sometimes be included.