Building Strong Cities - I designed a beautifully bound, hardcover book that illustrates the importance of infrastructure investment and connectivity in Canada. The book presents blog content from the project, The Ride to Connect Canada, a campaign that took the VIA Rail train across 10 cities, documenting stories from municipalities, articles on physical and digital infrastructure, and photographs of the journey across Canada. This book is an advocacy tool for the investment in the vintage physical infrastructure that connects Canadians to the new digital economy.
Katie Wilhelm RGD
she/her
BIPOC
Graphic Designer and Marketing Consultant
Member since
March 29, 2017
London
ON
Canada
Areas of Specialty
Advertising, Branding, Marketing
Other Capabilities
Advertising, Art Direction, Book Design, Branding, Brand Strategy, Creative Direction, Corporate Communications, Design Management, Digital Marketing, Editorial Design, Exhibit Design, Information Design, Marketing, Packaging, Print Production, Product Design, Service Design, Signage/Wayfinding, Strategy, Systems Design, Typography, Web Design, Web Development
Languages Covered
English
Interested in Freelance
Yes
Company description
Katie Wilhelm, RGD (she/her), is an award-winning Indigenous Graphic Designer and Marketing Consultant based in London, Ontario, Canada.
Why am I an RGD?
My RGD certification represents my renewed commitment to professional standards, best practices, and ethical conduct in the design industry.

Through RGD, I can contribute to the industry in many meaningful ways, such as writing articles, sitting on committees, or being a mentor to design students.
What is my most memorable RGD moment?
My most memorable RGD moments were receiving my certification and winning an In-House Design Award in 2017.
Why am I a designer?
I am an artist and entrepreneur, and I love my job. I am passionate about my community and love that I get the opportunity to give back by using my skills to help make my community a safer and happier place for all.
Contributions to RGD
- Student Mentor, 2021
- #heyRGDmar judge, March 2021
- Student Mentor, 2020
- Article Contributor, January 2020
- Nominating Committee for 2018 Board Elections
- Student Awards Judge, 2018