Rachel Gogel is a self-proclaimed typography and design nerd born and raised in Paris, France. She has worked at the intersection of brand, product, advertising, and editorial for nearly a decade—from launching the first cover-to-cover AR magazine at GQ to building the creative infrastructure for The New York Times' award-winning T Brand Studio. As Creative Director at Godfrey Dadich Partners, she defines and generates cross-media experiences and user-centered design systems that are aesthetically compelling, measurably functional, and built to position storytelling at the core. Prior to GDP, she was Head of Creative in the Visual Systems division of Facebook, responsible for elevating and unifying the brand’s in-product visual language to create a more meaningful experience for users.
Rachel was named by Inc. as one of 2016’s 30 under 30 Movers and Shakers and by Forbes as one of 2015's 30 under 30 in media. She believes in the importance of empowering other creatives and building inclusive teams, and spends her time supporting women-led causes—like using #The100DayProject social challenge to amplify women’s stories around the world.
Building a Brand Story
Experts from The New York Times’s T Brand Studio share insights on how content can be used to build influential brand stories.
Shaping Brand (R)evolutions
Join us for a presentation about brand and design. Rachel Gogel will share inside stories of brands grappling with integrity in the face of big changes.