Veronica Marché Miller is the founder of Veronica Marché Illustration & Design, where she creates illustrations for women-owned businesses and stationery featuring women of color. Her illustrated cards and gift bags are sold in T.J. Maxx, Marshall’s and Home Goods stores, and her work has been featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia Tribune, Uspcale Magazine and on Philly’s 6 ABC.
In addition to illustration, Veronica also writes about fashion and pop culture for sites like xoJane.com and TheGrio.com. She is a frequent guest on NPR programs “Tell Me More” and “Latino USA.”
Veronica is passionate about encouraging young women to develop their creativity and entrepreneurial skills. She has served as a teaching artist at Grover Washington Middle School, a guest mentor at the Dobbins High School fashion program, and as a guest speaker for the Mighty Writers program and for Breadboard Philly’s Operation Eve.
Veronica is the winner of numerous awards and scholarships, including the Gerry Sills Award for Excellence in Historic Costume, and her artwork was featured in the Fashioning Philadelphia exhibit at the Elfreth’s Alley Museum. She holds a master’s degree in fashion design from Drexel University in Philadelphia, and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Howard University in Washington, D.C.
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