Ennis Carter is the founding director of Social Impact, based in Philadelphia, PA.
Ennis began her career as a community organizer in New Jersey in the late 1980s, after studying Philosophy at New York University. Following a decade in the non-profit field, she started Design for Social Impact in Philadelphia in 1996 as a social enterprise to promote good causes through the creative combination of communications and grassroots organizing.
Ennis specializes in movement-building through community engagement, strategic action planning, creative design & messaging, and campaign management.
Ennis is also the curator & author of Posters for the People: Art of the WPA, designer & artist of the “How We Fish” mural in Philadelphia, and was named one of “50 Best Women in Business” by Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell.
Ennis inadvertently photobombs every group selfie she’s in.