SHERPA Global has been selected by The National Center for Civil and Human Rights in efforts to redesign and develop the official website into a digital experience for the Center’s newly constructed civic attraction.

“SHERPA is honored to be selected to present Atlanta’s newest gem – the National Center for Civil and Human Rights – to the world, virtually. We hope that the online experience we create for them captures the courageous struggles of all those before us and inspires future compassionate leaders and citizens,” said David Felfoldi, Chief Experience Officer of SHERPA.

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights will be a world class cultural institution dedicated to exploring stories of civil and human rights. The Center will be present contemporary issues in their social and historical context and provide everyday citizens with information they need to act on behalf of others.

“We were very impressed with Sherpa’s work and web design aesthetic. We wanted to work with a firm that had a local presence, really understood the digital needs of a civic/cultural institution and we found that in Sherpa’s proposal and portfolio,” said LaTasha Smith, Director of Communications of NCCHR.

Located in the heart of Downtown Atlanta as a part of Pemberton Place, this 42,000 square foot facility will help highlight and continue to build Atlanta’s presence in the local and national community around civil and human rights issues. Recently, the Center was featured as a main global attraction to visit in 2014 in The New York Times.

Rusty Parker

Rusty Parker

Rusty Parker is the director of data and analytics for SHERPA Global. He has a doctoral degree in Applied Sociology from Baylor University, with an emphasis on survey methodology and data analysis. He has led data collection projects for corporate, government, and nonprofit clients for more than 10 years.

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