Kelly Rouser recently accepted the position of associate technical designer with the Target Corporation in Minneapolis, Minn. Rouser will design home textiles for the kitchen, window and bath categories for the Hearth and Hand with Magnolia brand.
Rouser maintains her entrepreneurial skills as a freelance industrial designer, and she continues her role in designing for QuietSpace LLC, a startup founded and owned by Princeton alumni Dr. Gregory DiRusso, Jared Aldwin Crooks and Trevor Wilkins.
Rouser is currently a student in the User Experience Design Certificate program with Cornell University.
Rouser graduated with a master’s degree in design from California College of the Arts in May. She received her bachelor’s degree in art history with certificates in African-American studies and French language and culture from Princeton University in 2011.