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ISA Elite 2025 Applications Open

For up-and-coming sign, graphics and visual communications leaders.




The International Sign Association (ISA; Alexandria, VA) has announced their ISA Elite program will host another class of up-and-coming sign, graphics and visual communications leaders at ISA International Sign Expo 2025, according to a press release. The application process is now open. The deadline to apply is Sept. 30.

“There have been incredible results since the ISA Elite program launched in 2015,” Lori Anderson, ISA president and CEO, is quoted in the press release. “Many Elite alumni have made major advancements in their careers and have taken on volunteer leadership roles in ISA and ISA Affiliated Associations. But the most powerful outcome is the way they have built relationships with fellow ISA Elite cohorts.”

“I would do it 100 times over,” Alexandra Lund, Bismarck Sign Co. (Bismarck, ND) and a member of ISA Elite, is quoted in the release. “Looking forward to connecting with this group for years to come as we work together to shape the future in signs.”

Sponsored by GSG, the ISA Elite program includes participation in ISA International Sign Expo 2025 and a two-day follow-up leadership retreat at ISA International Sign Expo headquarters in Alexandria, VA, as well as networking with ISA Elite alumni throughout the year.

To participate, applicants must:

  • Have worked in the sign, graphics and visual communication industry for at least two years by ISA International Sign Expo 2025 (April 23-25, 2025).
  • Have been born on or after January 1, 1990.
  • Be a member of ISA or an ISA Affiliated Association.
  • Have completed at least one ISA digital badge, demonstrating proficiency in an area of the industry
  • Complete the application form and submit a letter of recommendation.

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