Tribal Community Coordinating Center
The Tribal Community Coordinating Center engages California tribes to work with reducing exposure to secondhand smoke and vaping. The Center provides materials, workshops, and direct help from all over the state.
Front End Development
An Identity to Connect Stories
TCCC's identity had to capture all the various tribes and tribal communities that are still present today in California. The mark pulls from the 4 different geographic locations of California: costal, desert, forest, and rural. The center diamond shape represents TCCC connecting them all.
I started the design of the TCCC website in 2019, and have been updating and the front end developer for the website. I really wanted a space for our tribal partners to find resources and tell their story.
Some of the key pages from TCCC
California Native Tobacco Plants Poster
For one of the TCCC hosted conferences, the team wanted to create a custom poster for the attendees. I illustrated the native tobacco plants to the counties that we work with at TCCC. The dots below the names of the plants are a way to show how common each plant is in the counties.
Using media campaigns can help bring tobacco use and secondhand smoke awareness to tribes on a statewide level. I have helped create videos for TV and streaming, as well as social media platforms.