Gail Rodriguez joined the School of Music in 2015, where she leads the Public Relations department. While there, she received the Print Excellence Award for her 2016 design of the Georgia State University School of Music Brochure from The Printing & Imaging Association of Georgia (PIAG). In 2020, she was the winner in the Graphic Design USA 2020 American INHOUSE Design Awards™ competition for her design and art direction for the Johnny Mercer Tribute Program. The booklet appeared in the 57th Anniversary Graphic Design USA In-House Design Annual.
Ms. Rodriguez was the founder of Yellow Llama, a printing and marketing business based on digital technology and designs. Her clients included:
- Georgia Power
- Children’s Healthcare from Atlanta
- Georgia Technical College
- Atlanta Area School of the Deaf
- Oglethorpe Power
- YE Atlanta
- Stone Mountain Park
- World Craft Council of NA
- Pure Red Advertising Agency
- Xavier University School of Medicine
- American International Medical University
In New York, she worked with the Medisys Network, where she was the public relations department’s creative manager. She worked with Jamaica Hospital, Flushing Hospital, and Brookdale Hospital. In this role, she created hundreds of promotional collateral and presentations for this organization.
Ms. Rodriguez started her career at Gitano, New York, where she earned recognition for her graphic work with the retail division. She designed and executed marketing materials, visual merchandising manuals, newsletters, and presentations for 105 retail locations.
Gail Rodriguez received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in graphic design from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Ms. Rodriguez has affiliations with the following organizations, the Latin American Association, Bright Ring Foundation, and the Barefoot Sailing Club. She currently resides in Atlanta, GA.