Jenna Riggs grew up in Oregon and attended the University of the Pacific where she earned a BFA in graphic design. After working for Quark, Inc., she opened Jenna Riggs Collaborative in 1997. Her clients include a wide variety of non-profits, corporations, publishers and small businesses. In addition to being a well-rounded designer, she is also an illustrator, and her work can be found in children’s books and products. She lives on Vashon Island, a short ferry ride from Seattle, with her husband and two daughters.
Clients include: Amazon.com, DK, Pearsons, Ladybird/Penguin Random House, Silver Dolphin Books, Piggy Toes Press, Dalmation Press, Star Bright Books, Seattle Children’s, Why Not You Foundation, King County Library System, Yakima Public Schools, Children’s Alliance, HealthPoint, Providence Mount St. Vincent, Vashon Sheepdog Classic, King Caramel, Domestic Abuse Women’s Network, Humanities Washington, Vashon Park District, MetroFlor, The Theraplay Institute, Horizon Ag-Products, Animal Critical Care and Emergency Services (ACCES)/BluePearl Veterinary Partners, Vashon Center for the Arts, Vashon Nature Center, Washington Park Arboretum, Safeco, Washington Medical-Legal Partnership, and MIT’s Brain and Cognitive Sciences Department.
Jenna is a member of the Vashon Partners in Education (PIE) board. Since 1987, Vashon PIE has granted over $1.35 million to Vashon Public School District teachers and educators, for programs and supplies to enrich the learning environment of the district’s students. To learn more about Vashon PIE, please visit their website here. She is also involved with Indivisible Vashon and the Indivisible Vashon Immigration/Refugee Rights Group, Vashon Sheepdog Classic and a variety of other island groups.