Faye Saechao, Communications Associate / Visual Storyteller, She/Her/Hers
Faye is FCP’s in-house designer with expertise in visual storytelling and social media. Faye has led design projects for clients including the Women’s Foundation of California, the County of Sonoma, and First 5 Alameda County. Faye’s work focuses on building brand identity through eye-catching visuals for social media, email communications, and websites. She also leads projects for clients in logo and brand development, front-end website building and training, and e-newsletter creation.
Prior to joining FCP, Faye worked for a variety of Bay Area nonprofits including the Crisis Support Services of Alameda County and the Public Health Institute’s FACES for the Future Coalition. She studied public and environmental health at the University of California, Berkeley and Social Justice at California Institute of Integral Studies. Outside of FCP, Faye is a freelance portrait and concept photographer specifically focusing on capturing diversity. She enjoys experimenting new recipes in the kitchen and relaxing at home with a book with her two cats, Tamagotchi and Nate Dogg.
Areas of Expertise:
Graphic Design, Social Media, Digital and Print Ads, Website Development, Visual Brand Development, Inclusive and ADA Compliant Design, Photography
Highlight of working at FCP:
Seeing my designs for the Oakland Panthers indoor football team on a digital marquee, on a banner hanging across Oakland City Hall, printed in sports magazines, ESPN, and newspapers, and on posters all over Oakland.