Maude Gorman is an advocate-turned-designer, who uses art to express the human experience. As a youth survivor of sexual violence, Gorman has used her experiences in life to advocate for change in her community. She’s worked with the United Nations, U.S. Congress, and the U.S. military on sexual violence prevention. Her work in design focuses on creating unique spaces tailored to her clients’ design goals. Her artwork is a reflection of overcoming adversity and features topics ranging from climate change, grief and loss, and expressions of the human experience.