An award-winning graphic designer for over 30 years, Gayle Rembold Furbert resides in northwest New Jersey and has been a committed human rights activist her entire life. Her passion for design is only surpassed by her commitment to her work related to human rights, animal rights and the environment.
Her expertise includes editorial design, informational graphics, logo and brand identity, marketing and typographic design. As a Design Supervisor, she headed a team of designers and provided creative insight and leadership… the result being an award-winning team. On top of her daily design responsibilities, she was an adjunct professor in the Graphic Design Degree program at the County College of Morris for over 20 years, as well as, providing design support to several non-profits. Her design contributions included logo design and branding for the Women’s March On NJ (January 2017, 2018, 2019), The March for Science – NJ (April 2017, 2018), Rally for Healthcare – Washington, DC (July 2017), Mount Olive Democrats (currently), Action Together New Jersey (September 2017). Currently she provides design services for various organizations advocating for social issues that impact communities at the local, state and national level.
Greatest joy? Using design to help change the world!