Victor Ng is the creative director, overseeing brand strategy, multimedia, editorial, and design work across the foundation’s global communications.
Prior to joining Ford, Victor served as the art director and brand strategist for various properties at The New York Times, including its flagship podcast, The Daily. Before The Times, Victor led the web design team on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, introducing product-driven and accessible approaches to reaching volunteers, donors, and voters across the country.
Victor began his career in Silicon Valley at Pinterest, then a small startup. He was a founding member of the brand design team, helping to launch some of the app’s earliest and most popular features. He has taught graphic design at the School of Visual Design in New York and serves as a thesis advisor to students in the MFA Design program. From 2020-2021, he served on the executive board of AIGA NY, championing more inclusive and equitable design practices in New York. He has participated in panel discussions on design in ethics, civic engagement, and presidential campaigns.
Victor has a bachelor of fine arts in communication design and photography from Carnegie Mellon University.