Rose DiSanto is principal of DiSanto Design, a Philadelphia-based design firm experienced in developing everything from full branding and strategy systems to complex websites, advertising campaigns, and print collateral. Her work has been recognized for its excellence by The Advertising Club of Greater Boston, American Corporate Identity, Communication Arts, The One Club New York, Graphis, Print, and The Philadelphia Ad Club, among others.
Rose was a full-time visiting professor of graphic design at Philadelphia University (now Jefferson) for two years. And has also been adjunct professor of design at Jefferson, University of Delaware and Massachusetts College of Art—and is a frequent guest lecturer and reviewer at many area universities.
Rose is a former member of the board of AIGA Philadelphia where she created and founded the city’s first mentorship program for graphic designers. That program is now a model for other AIGA chapters across the country.
Rose holds a Bachelor of Science in Visual Communications from the University of Delaware and a Masters in Education from Harvard University.