specializing in telling visual stories in all forms. In addition, she teaches information graphics at the University of Missouri-Columbia as an adjunct professor. She was a graphic artist for The Washington Post for more than 20 years, where she won numerous awards for her informational graphics, including citations from the Society of Newspaper Design, the Society of Professional Journalists, and the Malofiej International Infographics competition. Her work was included in the book “2015 America’s Best Infographics”, and was part of a Washington Post series on police use of deadly force that won the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service.
January 25 | Become a Hero of Storytelling
Join IABC St. Louis on Thursday, January 25, as we partner with the St. Louis PRSA chapter! You’ll learn 10 super powers of visual storytelling from our esteemed guest, Laura Stanton, a former graphic artist for The Washington Post.
By using impactful infographics and data visualization, Laura will share how to grab your audiences’ attention while leaving a lasting impression. Learn how to create attractive designs and utilize intriguing content that delivers consistent results in your storytelling process.
Meet our Featured Speaker
After more than two decades in journalism, Laura Stanton partnered with her writer-husband in 2012 to create LaVidaCo Communications,