Ann Harakawa and Two Twelve are known for creating logical and perfectly executed wayfinding strategies, master plans, and environmental graphics. They specialize in complex, multi-stakeholder projects for major clients in healthcare, education, transportation, government, and the corporate world. Ann is a graduate of RISD and Yale, and a Fulbright Scholar. As CEO of Two Twelve, she guides all business activities in New York City and Honolulu. Ann was a longtime board member of the Art Directors Club, and she is currently on the board of governors for the Japanese American National Museum as well as the board of directors for the Design Trust for Public Space.