How to Draw Hillary Clinton in 5 Easy Steps!

October 15, 2013

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5easysteps-hillary-clinton-imagethink-graphic-recording Try it out and see how you do: Tweet us your drawing @imagethink ! Did you know? 1.  In the summer of 1969, Hillary worked her away across Alaska. Not only did she wash dishes at Mount McKinley, she had a brief stint working at a cannery in Valdez, where she gutted and took the slime off salmon. 2.  She transitioned from the White House to the Capitol by winning her first election—a bid for the U.S. Senate seat from New York! 3. She’s the most traveled Secretary of State ever. In 2012, Clinton surpassed Madeleine Albright’s record of countries visited; Clinton wound up seeing 112 countries in four years.  She traveled almost 1 million miles and spent more about 25 percent of her time on the road (and in the air). As graphic recorders, we’re constantly looking to optimize our drawing skills. We break down and simplify our visuals to guarantee we’re capturing the big ideas that matter the most at strategy sessions, conferences, workshops, and more. To learn more about how to incorporate drawing and visuals to make ideas actionable, check out our book Draw Your Big Idea. For more information on how ImageThink can incorporate visuals like these into your next strategy session or conference, check out our full range of services