David Rojas-León is a Colombian graphic designer with a degree in Design Management from Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano in Bogotá. He’s worked on a range of projects in web and print design, branding, communication, and strategic design. His first job was as a web designer at Casa Editorial El Tiempo. In 2010 he began work with the Bogotá government and has since remained in the public sector. He’s also been involved in activism for gender equity, LGBT rights, and open-source software, among other causes, and believes that designers are responsible for social, economic, and political transformation. David is passionate about academics, cultural diversity, and the performing and visual arts. In his spare time, he dances flamenco and sings.