Libby is an award-winning creative professional who brings many years experience in design, design strategy, brand management, communications and marketing solutions to Fortune 500 and small businesses alike.
Libby Klitsch founded Tuvalu Design in 2010 to follow her passion to serve companies and organizations that are doing something positive for the planet and all its inhabitants. Her growing list of clients include Health Access California, Susty Girl and Digital Gift Bags. Her illustration background has led to gigs as a Visual Notetaker for events.
Prior to launching Tuvalu Design, Libby served as Creative Director during the launch of a renewable energy company (see Case Studies).
Libby also spent several years as Design Manager for Gap Brand Global Operations and Communications. Before going to Gap, she served in directorships for agencies in the Bay Area with large consumer brand clients, creating packaging, advertising and promotion solutions.
Before moving to San Francisco, Libby led her own design practice in Philadelphia, PA where she enjoyed long-term client relationships with SmithKline Beecham and AT&T among others across a diverse set of industries.
Libby is an active member of the San Francisco chapter of AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts) where
she served as Project Manager for Compostmodern '11. She is also a member of the Business Council
on Climate Change (BC3).
Libby has a BFA, major in Graphic Design, from Ohio University.