Sarah A. Meyer is a Professor and Program Coordinator of Visual Communication Design at California State Polytechnic University Pomona (CPP). Sarah has acted at CPP as Chair of the Art Department and Interim Associate Dean of the College of Environmental Design, comprised of Architecture, Art, Art History, Visual Communication Design, Landscape Architecture, Regenerative Studies, and Urban & Regional Planning. She has previously held faculty positions at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, The University of Utah, and California State University Fullerton. She has been a visiting professor of visual communications and motion graphics at Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar.
Sarah has a record of leadership of art and design programs that fosters faculty governance, curriculum development, and innovative and academic vision at comprehensive universities. Her design, multidisciplinary, and leadership skills have resulted in a passion for developing professional partnerships across universities and within diverse academic settings. She is co-author of Color Management: A Comprehensive Guide for Graphic Designers, Color Management for Logos: A Comprehensive Guide for Graphic Designers, Color Management for Packaging: A Comprehensive Guide for Graphic Designers, Choosing Color for Logos & Packaging: Solutions for 2D & 3D Design, and the Acuity Color Matching System. Sarah has been invited to speak at the International Council of Design (ico-D), AIGA, and the College Arts Association on topics related to color theory, curriculum development, and administration. Her design work has been exhibited in numerous publications and received excellence awards from design associations, including The Society of Technical Communications and The Art Directors Club.