Logo Design Contest

Wednesday, September 01 2021

In collaboration with the Proof-of-Concept Network Action Committee on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (PACE), the ASCEND and DRIVEN Hubs are sponsoring a logo design contest.

The design criteria for the logo are as follows:

  • Must reflect the mission and goals of PACE
  • High-resolution, digital design submitted as a PNG
  • Suitable for website, social media, and mailing letterhead
  • Please include a list of Hex color codes and fonts used in the design

The deadline to enter is September 30, 2021. Please email submissions to hunterbomba@ascendhub.org with the subject line "PACE Logo Submission."

One winner will be selected and receive a $2,000 cash prize. 


PACE works collaboratively with the NIH to proactively identify resources, share best practices, create synergies and efficiencies, and take action to promote the diversity of innovators and the success of their contributions to the collective competitiveness of American innovation. We do so by leveraging our collective power with a shared commitment to advancing equity and inclusion, and an appreciation for the rich history, backgrounds, and cultures of people that make up our regional innovation ecosystems.

The top priorities for PACE are:

  • Programming – Programs that are accountable to equitably serving innovators of all backgrounds.
  • Opportunity – Opportunities for investment, assistance, and other dedicated resources for diverse innovators.
  • Community – More representation, leadership, and participation that is reflective and inclusive of the communities served.
  • National Representation – Coordinated, collective EDI advancement via a national collaboration of hubs and innovation centers.

If you are interested in learning more about PACE and ways to get involved, please reach out to:

Monique Kuykendoll Quarterman, MBA (she/hers)
Executive Director
Kentucky Commercialization Ventures, an initiative of KSTC

 

To learn more about the NIH's EDI efforts, please visit https://www.edi.nih.gov/

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