Heather Hopp-Bruce manages the visual life of opinion content and identity on all platforms. She designs microsites, creates social media campaigns, analyzes and visualizes data stories, strengthens Globe Opinion branding in every way it can be encountered, and celebrates print.
She holds a Certificate from the Harvard School of Professional Development in Digital Marketing Strategy, has been a Society for News Design judge, guest art director at the Savannah College of Art and design, and is a guest lecturer at Lesley College of Art and Design. She was recently profiled as a success story by Harvard School of Professional Development.
Previously, she was the Globe design director: In her four-year tenure, the digital design team under her leadership won 11 Society for News Design awards of excellence (including two for portfolio), one SND silver medal, two SND bronze medals, and an Eddie Prize; her team's work was cited in three ONA finalist honors and one ONA winner. She has personally won over two dozen Society for News Design awards, including commendations for section redesign, features design, infographics, art direction, and portfolio; she also art directed Globe Opinion's 2014 and 2015 Pulitzer Prize-winning entries.