Meet Doreen Dardashtian, Broadcast Designer for USA Network, at Find & Follow Your Passion

More than 35 top creative professionals will be sharing their insight with us for  Find & Follow Your Passion, our full-day conference taking place on November 10th. We’re thrilled to introduce you to one of our speakers, Doreen Dardashtian.

Doreen Dardashtian is a Broadcast Designer at USA Network, a division of NBCUniversal. She creates on-air motion graphics and maintains the network’s branding. In 2010, she graduated from Hofstra University as a Graphic Design major and Radio/Television/Film minor. During her time at Hofstra, she interned at MTV and Nickelodeon, giving her professional experience within two prestigious organizations, as well as opportunities to network and build her portfolio. Doreen has freelanced as a graphic designer for numerous places including NYLON magazine, SPIN magazine, and The Knot magazine. The native Long Islander currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.

Image via coroflot.com/doreen

Image via coroflot.com/doreen

Image via coroflot.com/doreen

Join Doreen and over 350 young creatives for a full day of discussions, hands on workshops, networking, and fun. Meet the coolest creatives and companies in New York City, learn about different industries, and make great connections with peers and professionals. The event is in partnership with the Center for Career & Professional Development at Pratt Institute and will take place on their beautiful campus in Brooklyn.

Join us for this life-changing day of inspiration and actionable career tips. Register today.

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About the Author

Sara is the Managing Editor for the NY Creative Interns blog. She's also a Hofstra University alumnae and a Campus Coordinator for The World Needs More Love Letters. Follow her on Twitter @SaraMBrink and read her blog, Letters From A (Someday) Editor.

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