As Sales Coordinator, Adri designs visual communication pieces for the sales department to distribute and communicate with prospects.
Originally from Barranquilla, Colombia, Adri Montano has been living in USA for almost two decades. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art with a concentration in Graphic Design and a Minor in Art History from the University of Nebraska and over 8 years of experience in Marketing. Adri Montano has an AIGA Student Silver Award for Product Packaging and was a presenter at the Limits Conference in Spring of 2018 for branding Slay. Adri Montano is currently a board member of AIGA as Show Co-Chair.
Adri Montano feels very passionate about art, empowering women, and activism. She also enjoys reading, drawing, painting, illustrating and listening to her favorite podcasts.
Getting to know Adri
- What’s your favorite food: Adri Montano LOVES Korean and Colombian food! Koreambian Food!
- If I could meet anyone, past or present, it would be: Adri Montano would like to visit a place instead of meeting one person. She would like to go to the Bauhaus for one day pre-WWII and be one of the students during that revolutionary time in art school. She would get to meet Bayer and Breuer and other significant artists that defined art in Modern 20th century Europe and influenced American art and architecture.
- Favorite movie or TV show: Adri Montano enjoys foreign shows. Her favorites are Korean Dramas Goblin / Guardian: The Lonely and Great God, My Love from Another Star, You are the Best Lee Soon-Shin, and Coffee Prince.
- Favorite holiday: Adri Montano’s favorite holiday is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. She believes the man was a legend because he was a spokesperson for nonviolent activism in the civil rights movement. Best holiday of the year in her opinion.
- Place you’d most like to visit: Adri Montano has travelled a lot, but she has yet to visit East Asia. She would love to spend a summer in South Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, and the Philippines exploring that side of this beautiful planet and living like the local in the meantime.