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Randy Rodriguez

Group Director, Fjord Design and Innovation
Federal Digital Studio

OVERVIEW

Randy Rodriguez is a Managing Director at Accenture Federal Services. He serves as the Group Director for the Fjord Design and Innovation Team overseeing the Federal Digital Studio in Washington, D.C. In this role, he provides overall vision, creative direction, building trusting client relationships and oversees execution of Digital Studio operations.

Rodriguez brings more than 10 years of experience leading teams and clients in development of end-to-end digital design solutions. His background combines strategic thought leadership, holistic ideation and forward-leaning design principles across various media, which uniquely positions him to provide creative solutions to transform brands and organizations while engaging and empowering customers.

Prior to joining Accenture, he worked as the digital creative director for EPAM Systems, where he conceived and executed complex digital solutions for diverse clients in financial, health care, education and B2B industries. He also served as an interactive creative director for BFG Communications, managing a group of digital designers, writers and UX designers who led digital marketing and advertising campaign efforts for major commercial brands.

Rodriguez also served as creative director and senior creative director at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), managing the visual identity and national brand image for this prestigious institution that encompasses five locations on three continents. In addition to managing the day-to-day design work at SCAD, he served as the final creative decision-maker for all aspects of the SCAD brand.

Rodriguez holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from the Savannah College of Art and Design.

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