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What ghost-designing for Martha Stewart taught this creative about leadership

29 Jul 2020

Delanie West has had an illustrious career, designing for everyone from Martha Stewart to Faber-Castell, where she developed the first reversible sequin toys (which are now everywhere). Then she struck out on her own: “I had always found myself to be the only Black woman doing what I’m doing throughout my career.”

Delanie West is founding creative director of the brand and consulting business Be Super Creative. She is also chief operating officer at Healthy Roots Dolls and partner & chief strategy officer at Black Creatives. She spoke to Doreen Lorenzo for Designing Women, a series of interviews with brilliant women in the design industry.


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