Over the past 20 years, Sarah Selle has made it her life’s work to create beautiful and useful things in her role as Graphic Designer for Quality Quick Print. Her love of art and computer science background equipped Sarah to help hundreds of customers in the region.

Any Dickinson resident has most likely seen at least one if not many of Sarah’s designs. Whether it is creating invitations, fundraising one-pagers, event flyers, restaurant menus, or the vinyl graphics on a Dickinson Fire Truck, Sarah loves that her work is different every day, yet allows her to come alongside all kinds of people and businesses to accomplish their goals.

“I see 20 – 30 customers every day and am pretty much up for anything,” Sarah says when asked about her favorite types of projects.

When asked about her favorite elements, her reply was, “I like simple, modern design and neutral colors.” Sarah has helped Women Empowering Women create our logos, event flyers, and Facebook banners – pretty much everything we use graphic and visual!

“What I love about my job is meeting different clients from different walks of life each and every day!” says Sarah. She is currently the second most veteran team member at Quality Quick Print, which has been serving Dickinson’s printing and design needs since 1979.

In her free time, Sarah enjoys golfing with her husband and spending time at the lake with her family. A DSU graduate, she is excited for the family legacy to continue with her middle child attending DSU this fall while playing Blue Hawk Football. She also has an older child, a DSU alumni as well, is a local HR manager and her youngest who is entering high school.

Kudos is a program of the local nonprofit organization Women Empowering Women. The program recognizes the good work women do. These are women who’ve lived quietly, joyfully, or creatively to influence our lives. They are an inspiration and deserve to be recognized for their efforts and impact. Women Empowering Women is dedicated to the collaboration of women to meet needs and help women become the best versions of themselves. To learn more, see https://wewnetwork.org.