Nancye Green

Nancye Green is a designer and business leader, with a storied career addressing the complex communication challenges of large enterprises, startup companies and non-profit organizations across industries and interest areas. Today she is Chief Design Officer at The Medicines Company, a highly innovative fast growing hospital medicine company. Before creating a joint alliance between Donovan/Green and MDCO, Nancye developed, designed, and produced in multiple media on behalf of clients as diverse as Hoffman-La Roche, 3M, P&G, Exxon, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, American Express, GM, Sony, and American Girl Place, among many others. Nancye founded Donovan/Green with Michael Donovan and sold it to CKS, leaving in 2000. Subsequently she served on a number of Boards, became interim Chief Brand Officer for Zurich Financial Services and CEO of Waterworks. In 2008 she re-joined Michael Donovan in the second start of Donovan/Green, where they again created new ventures, which they have invested in, while serving several large clients in leadership roles. She has served on the Boards of Directors of several companies including D’Arcy, Waterworks, Hallmark, Ingram Partnership and EcoHealth Alliance, and the Design Board of P&G. A recognized leader in her field, she is a past President of the American Institute of Graphic Arts and International Design Conference in Aspen. She holds degrees from Tulane University and Parsons School of Design, and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from The Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C. Most recently she and Michael were awarded the American Institute of Graphic Arts Medal.