Kulis works closely with IVMF leadership as part of the communications team in the development of digital and print communications and marketing materials, all while supporting the institute’s mission and vision. He is responsible for conceptualizing, organizing, designing and producing visual-creative print and digital solutions, and develops and provides an overall creative vision and direction for new and existing communications vehicles. Kulis works to ensure and implement consistent IVMF visual and style guidelines while maintaining the integrity of the institute’s branding. In his role, he also oversees the work of junior designers and freelancers, and is the primary coordinator of all print collateral, working with the University’s publications office and on- and off-campus print vendors.
Kulis previously worked at Cornell University, where he was an award-winning senior designer for over 24 years in the Office of Publication and Marketing. He possesses an in-depth knowledge of design and electronic composition development of print, electronic and non-print communications.
He holds an associate’s degree in specialized technology with a major in visual communication from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.