Visuals are powerful ways to tell a story and they increase retention by 42%. Having visual information specialists as part of our NPS family is key to ensuring our information resonates with our intended audience.
Connecting NPS’s Past And Future Through Visual Information
Meet Philip Viray, Publications Chief
NPS, Denver Service Center
What experience and education do you have? I have a bachelor's degree in Digital Media studies and a master's degree in Business Administration in Marketing. Prior to my work at NPS, I worked at another federal agency, the U.S. General Services Administration’s Office of Communications and Marketing for almost five years. Before my federal career, I worked in the private sector in financial and collegiate athletics and recreation industries. Those positions were generally working with smaller marketing teams where I was responsible for many different tasks and projects throughout the year.
What is a typical day like? Fast paced! I’m well versed in the art of juggling many projects at various stages of our business. They range from multi-year projects to one-time special projects.
What career advice would you give to someone who wants to follow a similar path? Be open to learning and trying different things. Be flexible too, things have way of changing quickly!
What do you really enjoy about your job/NPS? The NPS mission is something I can really support. It’s one that is tangible for all Americans.
Last updated: December 21, 2016