Yoko Kiyoi is an awarded graphic designer and art curator from Wakayama, Japan. She has an impeccable sense of style and design, strong knowledge of typography and color, a knack for three-dimensional thinking.
Education has always been a priority of Yoko’s, as demonstrated by her commitment to learning through full tuition scholarships at Meramec Community College of St. Louis and Washington University in St. Louis.
Within her professional career, Yoko has managed content for over 100 active artists and 1500 pieces. She has has done graphic design for a variety of organizations like the Center for Architecture and Design, St. Louis University, Washington University, and the Bruno David Gallery. As Enliven’s office manager, she brings her creative thinking and edgy style to the company’s events, marketing material, and atmosphere, and coordinates special events like workshops and networking nights.
When she’s not designing for Enliven or managing the International Folk Art gallery, Galerie Bonheur, Yoko likes to collect antiques, travel to Europe, and cuddle her two cats.