Leah Bredendieck
The Irish American Partnership was founded in 1986 with the aim of encouraging job creation, education, and economic development in Ireland, with an emphasis on supporting educational initiatives and community development programs in Ireland, North and South, through direct grants to primary schools, science teacher training, university access scholarships, and employment learning programs.
Identity redesign proposal for the Irish American Partnership           
Produced 2018, NCAD.

The identity is in two parts, a wordmark, and an icon. The icon is modular, and is intended for use at larger scales and to be broken into pieces for illustrative purposes. The icon incorporates a hand, to signify how one person's contribution helps many; a genetic grid, representing the shared ties between Ireland and America; and a flag, to symbolise the importance of collaboration between the two countries.