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Cartoonist/Graphic Designer/ Artist/Human
Liz Montague is a D.C. based cartoonist for The New Yorker and a digital storyteller for an international development foundation. She fundamentally believes in representation, accessible information, and drawing your feelings. Liz is the first black female cartoonist to be published in The New Yorker.
Cleo Montague joined the team in August 2019 and quickly established herself as a star. Prior to this position 5-year-old Cleo did a quick stint at the Humane Rescue Alliance but left due to creative differences. Her hobbies include sprinting around the apartment, refusing to eat Trader Joe’s brand cat food, and waking up at 6:35 am sharp.
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- Graduate Assistantship, Creative Writing, Graduate Department of Literature at American University 2018
- David C. Evans Award for Outstanding Achievement in Creative Arts, University of Richmond2018
- Cyber Black Girl (2018) exhibited at the The Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art (featured in Kno Online and Digital America) 2018
- The Chandler Award in Art, Kip Kephart Foundation 2017
- Pass (2017) exhibited at The Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art
- Arts & Sciences Summer Research Fellowship, University of Richmond 2015, 2017
- D1 Student-Athlete, University of Richmond Track & Field, (2014-2018)