Print design, academic look, and feel, and acting as a resource for new ideas are some of Joyce’s specialties. Consult her if you need help with your design work or want to learn more about the university’s branding.
Joyce was employed by Pacific in 2000 after a long career in the field of design. She graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., with a bachelor’s degree in education and went on to study graphic design. Her love of hands-on design work took her from textiles and finance to skincare and healthcare, and then back to school.
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She was part of a three-person team in the Office of Public Affairs when she first started working at Pacific. With a staff of 10 people, the Office of Marketing and Communications was formed in 2008, when it had grown to five people. Throughout the years, Joyce’s role has evolved and she now collaborates with the MarCom team as creative director.
A day at work for Joyce is never the same twice, and she embraces the term “lifelong learner” as a way of describing her commitment to sharing what she has learned with others and her students.
Please join us in congratulating Joyce Gabriel on her retirement! At Pacific, Joyce has been a steward of the brand, an artist and a craftswoman extraordinaire, and a cherished colleague, mentor, and friend. She is retiring after 22 years.
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The Tran Library Lobby is open from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. for refreshments and conversation. Joyce’s last day of work will be on Friday, June 3.