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Public Knowledge is pleased to announce the winner of our HBCU logo design competition for Emerging Tech for Social Change: Jaylin Paschal from Howard University.
Jaylin is a strategic communications and design student from Dayton, Ohio. She serves as the editor in chief of The Hilltop, Howard’s student newspaper that was co-founded by Harlem Renaissance writer Zora Neale Hurston in 1924. Jaylin is passionate about effective storytelling and explores this passion through journalism, brand development, and design.
Please join us in celebrating Jaylin Paschal’s winning logo at Emerging Tech for Social Change on May 2, 2019. Here is the winning logo: