New Logo! Thank you, Emily Rose!
Thanks to the design efforts of Franklin Regional Junior, Emily Rose, East Suburban Citizen Advocacy will unveil a new logo to rebrand their organization. East Suburban Citizen Advocacy (ESCA) has been a small Non-Profit Organization since 1988 and has been dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with developmental disabilities. ESCA networks to identify and support advocates who give a voice to the most vulnerable people with disabilities.
ESCA’s relationship with Franklin Regional began with the Social Entrepreneurship class, taught by Mrs. Becky Magness and Mr. Roger Crider. Their combined goal is to pair student entrepreneurs with local businesses in need of extra supportive hands.
ESCA was eager to create a new logo as part of its new branding and marketing plan. Miss Denielle DeSantis, the Digital Art instructor, jumped in to help. Miss DeSantis held a class contest to research ESCA and apply what they learned to create a new logo design. Thanks to Emily’s research and design skills, people can now look at the ESCA logo and know it is disability-related, friendly, kind, caring, helpful, and inclusive. Emily used Adobe Illustrator to create the final logo and other variations for marketing usage. ESCA will unveil it on social media platforms, on their website, within email signatures, and in any event publications moving forward.