Founder, Bold and Fearless

Ms. Julian Kiganda

Julian B. Kiganda is a dynamic speaker, writer and creative consultant. Her passion for infusing creativity, culture and communication into all she does has allowed her myriad opportunities in varied arenas.

In her 15+ years of experience as a multicultural design and communications expert, she has created powerful brands for clients including: the African Union, Turner Construction, the National Park Foundation, African Center for Economic Development (Ghana), the Freedom House Museum, and the National Urban League, among others. From developing interactive museums and exhibits, to creating effective marketing campaigns, her work has increased revenue and visibility for businesses and organizations.

Her passion for teaching design, art and culture to youth has informed her work across borders. As a board member of Designers Without Borders, she designed and implemented a successful two-year online distance mentoring program with Makerere University design students in Uganda and design professionals in the United States. In addition, she developed and taught a Brand Marketing curriculum to students at the Howard University Middle School of Math and Science (MS2) as part of the Clearly Mobile Innovation Challenge, a business pitch competition for mobile apps.

Julian and her work have been featured in various media including: The Washington Post, ABC News, NBC4, FOX5, Associated Press, Communication Arts, HOW Magazine, Huffington Post, NPR, ARISE Magazine, WHUR 96.3 FM, Black Web 2.0, and many others. She is an active public speaker and mentor and has been invited to present at the United Nations, World Bank, the State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program, the Center for Nonprofit Advancement, Peace Corps, Howard University, Art Institutes of Washington, Alabama State University and many others.

Specialties: Professional Speaking and Training, Writing, Transformational Branding, Brand Strategy, Exhibit Design