Open Mind Studios is a small, women-owned agency. We are a hard-working bunch that likes to get hands-on and learn as much about you and your project as we can. Our designers manage projects from start to finish; there are no intermediary account folks to communicate through. We want you to think of us as part of your team, but understand you need to get to know our team first.
Partner & Business Manager
Marci has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Central Michigan University and a Masters in Somatic Psychology from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. Marci is also the Owner and Studio Director of YogaLoft.
Born and raised along the Mississippi River, fellow Wisconsin native Shannon Muench (say Minnick) joined Open Mind Studios in May 2007. Along with her design, typography and problem-solving skills, Shannon brings a healthy dose of sarcasm to the office daily.
Shannon’s creative aspirations landed her at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa where she received a BFA in Graphic Design. After cutting her teeth as a young designer laying out product catalogs for NASCAR, NBA, MLB and the NFL for WinCraft, Inc. in Winona, Minnesota, Shannon made the move to Sheboygan to join Open Mind Studios.
Shannon lives in the city and is active in the community. She is an avid volleyball player and quilter, enjoys swimming, triathlon, and board games. Her goals include learning how to kiteboard, staying active and learning more about web and UX design.
Design & Business Director
Jodi grew up in the small town of Baxter in the heart of Minnesota. She attended the University of Wisconsin-Stout and obtained a BFA in Graphic Design. This led her to Minneapolis, MN where she worked as a professional designer at Initio Advertising.
She has said, “I love design because it allows me to make a difference in someone’s life or business by creating design solutions that bring character and life into each project. Each unique experience builds on the next and helps me become a better designer.”
She also loves to be on the water as much as possible sailing Lake Michigan and exploring local recreational areas.