New York-born Deborah Corn has created her own unconventional job title within the realm of print. The self-styled 'Intergalactic Ambassador to the Printerverse' has captured the attention of global audiences, in addition to the range of work she's involved in within the printing world.
After more than two decades in advertising, Deborah started an online group, Print Media Centr, to connect and provide "printspiration" to print and marketing professionals. She later founded International Print Day and now hosts both Podcasts From The Printerverse and the weekly #PrintChat on Twitter. Alongside this, she runs the world's largest online network of women in the print industry, Girls Who Print, which is now 8,000 members strong and in its 12th year, and also masterminded Project Peacock, a resource platform for print and marketing professionals around the world.
"I named myself the Intergalactic Ambassador to the Printerverse because I was somebody who helped people to connect to one another," explains Deborah. "I was not there to be the Supreme Leader of the Printerverse… although technically I am!"
Here we discover Deborah's fascinating world, what drives her, and her insights garnered from a lifetime of experience in print.