I’m Mar!

 

Since 2020, I’ve been boosting visionary women with show-stopping designs that take their missions to the next level.

Whether you’re a solopreneur, the head of a start-up, or the founder of a nonprofit organization, I’ve helped women like you build compelling brands.

Dr. Mariam Kamal reading a book about tigers to her baby niece

MY CREATIVE MISSION

To design for women who are champions of change.

I lift women who highlight what needs to change, and how to do it.  

I use my creative talents and branding expertise to boost visionary, solutions-oriented women like you. I want to help you make an impact, and the right design can get people to listen and take action. Together, we can create a world of freedom, equality, and respect.

MY TINY DESIGN business IS PROUDLY

woman-owned

minority-owned

eco-friendly

accepting of all

ethical + responsible

a note about

Why I lift women up

 

None of us can change the world alone. But together, we’re unstoppable.

When I was 22 years old, I took a road trip with my younger sister that changed my life and how I view feminine support.

It was my first vet school interview, and I was hellbent on getting in. I felt fierce, but I also felt like hamsters had set up exercise wheels inside my chest. My graduate school counselor had told me I wasn’t going to make the cut — that my application was more suited for something less competitive, like medical or dental school. Backup plans danced in my mind. A little voice kept saying “If you don’t get in this year, there’s always next.”

Unbeknowst to me, my sister had scoured the internet for sample vet school interview questions. She listened to me talk through my answers as we drove up the night before. She booked our hotel, made sure I ate, insisted I sleep early, and dropped me to the interview on time.

The whole process made me feel prepared, but it was more than that. I felt like I deserved to succeed… like it was inevitable. Shortly after my interview, I was stunned to be offered early acceptance right then and there. I went straight to the car where my sister was waiting and broke down crying: tears of joy, relief, and disbelief. And she accepted those emotions with open arms.

My sister showed me not just how much she believed in me, but that she was just as invested in my success as I was. I truly learned what it meant to support someone you believe in by anticipating what they need to succeed.

Fast forward to now: I’m surrounded by brilliant, talented, strikingly sharp women who I see as my sisters. I love learning from their expertise, their passion, their fire. I think to myself, If only everyone listened to women like this, we’d live in a different world.

I’ve realized I can help the women I admire to build credibility, traction, and momentum through my designs. It’s my way of jump-starting the success of their beautiful ideas.

When I was 22 years old, I took a road trip with my younger sister that changed my life and how I view feminine support.

It was my first vet school interview, and I was hellbent on getting in. I felt fierce, but I also felt like hamsters had set up exercise wheels inside my chest. My graduate school counselor had told me I wasn’t going to make the cut — that my application was more suited for something less competitive, like medical or dental school. Backup plans danced in my mind. A little voice kept saying “If you don’t get in this year, there’s always next.”

Unbeknowst to me, my sister had scoured the internet for sample vet school interview questions. She listened to me talk through my answers as we drove up the night before. She booked our hotel, made sure I ate, insisted I sleep early, and dropped me to the interview on time.

The world needs bigger ideas, and we got 'em!

The whole process made me feel prepared, but it was more than that. I felt like I deserved to succeed… like it was inevitable. Shortly after my interview, I was stunned to be offered early acceptance right then and there. I went straight to the car where my sister was waiting and broke down crying: tears of joy, relief, and disbelief. And she accepted those emotions with open arms.

My sister showed me not just how much she believed in me, but that she was just as invested in my success as I was. I truly learned what it meant to support someone you believe in by anticipating what they need to succeed.

Fast forward to now: I’m surrounded by brilliant, talented, strikingly sharp women who I see as my sisters. I love learning from their expertise, their passion, their fire. I think to myself, If only everyone listened to women like this, we’d live in a different world.

I’ve realized I can help the women I admire to build credibility, traction, and momentum through my designs. It’s my way of jump-starting the success of their beautiful ideas.

The future is ours to define
The world needs bigger ideas, and we got 'em!
We can make a difference together
We owe it to ourselves and the world to be determined and confident.

when we don’t value ourselves and our brilliance…

When we sell our products, services, and companies for far less than what they’re worth… We are literally giving our success away to others. Others who likely lack the empathy and innovation that allowed the birth of our ideas in the first place.

It is imperative that imaginative, compassionate, and smart women feel emboldened, powerful, and energized. It’s the only way we’ll be able to bring more joy, love, peace, justice, and respect into the world.

That’s why I’ve chosen to fiercely support other women with my passion for creativity, imagination, and design. We can work together to make your vision a reality.

 

 

Dr. Mariam Kamal reading a book about tigers to her baby niece
Veterinarian Mariam Kamal with her cat, Ronald Weasley Kamal

I’m also a veterinarian, photographer, and artist. I’m very grateful to these publications, news outlets, and TV stations for featuring me:

as a veterinarian

as a photographer

as an artist

LOOKING FORWARD TO

LIFTING YOU UP

with a stunning, meaningful design that becomes your new launchpad!