firm principal


Florence Everett is a talented and experienced graphic design/brand strategist. Everett Design, founded in 1975, provides high-end brand, web and graphic design services to national corporations and institutions, as well as startups and small businesses.

Ms. Everett provides design and brand/web expertise in a wide range of projects: design of the Emerald Necklace Conservancy website, and design and digital services for Party in the Park and the Olmsted Tree Society to raise funds to protect and restore trees in the Emerald Necklace; a major revamp of Friends of Fairsted’s identity and web presence supporting the Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site; a specialized brand system/ecommerce site for USA made jeans; the brand/web launch of a women’s group on Beacon Hill specializing in attracting women of all ages in Boston with monthly speakers, dinner groups; a Newport interior design firm, a Boston-based event planner, and a Washington DC based Mohs surgeon; and design services for leading organizations including Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; the Research Laboratory of Electronics at MIT; Tuck School of Business and Dartmouth College.

Ms. Everett began her career in Boston with Kenyon & Eckhardt, Inc. an international advertising agency with headquarters in New York. She earned a BFA with Honors from Manhattanville College and continued her art studies at Dartmouth College and Rhode Island School of Design.

Ms. Everett divides her time between Boston, MA and Newport, RI. Over 30 years in the Boston community, she has donated design and marketing services for many of the city’s nonprofit organizations to support their fundraising events. She is currently working with the Emerald Necklace Conservancy advancing the mission of the Party in the Park and the Olmsted Tree Society; Urban Improv Mentoring, a mentoring program for Boston City school children, as a co-director; and Beacon Hill Womens Forum where she is a founding Board member responsible for brand and web.

She is a former Board member of the Museum Council at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and past chair of their annual gala; The Archives of American Art, Boston Chapter; and Hill House Community Center on Beacon Hill. In Newport she donates her time to the Hope Funds for Cancer Research.

Ms. Everett is an enthusiastic golfer and has been actively involved as a volunteer in national USGA and PGA tournaments. She also enjoys photography and other fine art pursuits, skiing, skating, long walks, and reading about the Knights Templar.