Watch Now: Community + Data Visualization conversation with Danielle Elise & Gabrielle Mérite

Watch an inspiring conversation about Data Visualization from Design Museum Week by Danielle Elise and Gabrielle Mérite.



This video was a keynote conversation at this year’s Design Museum Week. Design Museum Week was a five-day hybrid online-offline event that sparked conversation, inspired leaders, and educated professionals working in all areas of design.

Danielle Elise is the Founder and Chief Community Officer of All Black Creatives. She’s passionate about the art of the gathering. For the All Black Creatives Foundation, she designs experiences for Black creatives to access career and design resources, experience creative community, and partner with creatives with brands like Instagram, Adobe, and Verizon to expand their knowledge and strengthen their professional portfolios and connections.

Originally from France, Gabrielle Mérite is an information designer specializing in empathetic data visualizations for truth-seeking, ethically driven organizations. Deeply passionate about social justice and humanity’s responsibility for one another, her work breathes life into numbers so that people can truly feel their importance. After receiving an MS in Biology and working several years as a scientific journalist, she exchanged words for illustrations to communicate analytic findings visually, with honesty and compassion. Since then, she has worked with organizations like the United Nations, UNICEF, and WeTransfer, to help them uncover truths and share them with intention.