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Global Team

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Global Executive Producer for World IA Day 2020

Andrew is passionate about creating fertile grounds for learning and sharing. He has been a member of the IAI since 2005, and served as an IAI online community development member since 2017. He’s volunteered at World IA Day in Vancouver, Canada, and founded Victoria’s WIAD in 2019.

Andrew is looking forward to supporting each location as 2020's Global Executive Producer.

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Marketing, Social Media and Public Relations Director for World IA Day 2020

Vanessa Myho is passionate about digital and interactive narratives, making her decision to come to one of the main digital content production city in the world. As an interactive designer, she wants to use UCD methodologies to understand the audience and improve the way we share stories. She was a speaker for the first WIAD Victoria in 2019.


Latin America Regional Director for World IA Day 2020
Director Regional de Latinoamérica para World IA Day 2020

Ayudando a darle sentido a productos y servicios a través del diseño estratégico y la arquitectura de información.

Grace Lau

Sponsorship Director

Volunteered with Los Angeles in 2016, led WIADLA in 2017, helped with WIADLA sponsorship in 2018, then moved on as Global Executive Producer for WIAD 2019, Grace has been a UX Designer, specializing in information architecture, content taxonomy, and taxonomy for over 10 years. She has a Masters in Library and Information Studies from UCLA, specializing in informatics. She has worked with Disney, Perficient, and now currently at PatientPop.

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Driven by her passion to learn, share and grow the practice of information architecture in her community, Amy brought World IA Day to Tampa Bay in 2015. She is the Global Executive Producer for World IA Day 2017 and is honored to serve teams around the world who bring this celebration to their community. In her professional life, Amy founded Dots & Cubes, a Tampa-based consulting firm specializing in information architecture and user experience design.