Karli Mari Steffy

Owner and Operator of KaliMari Ink Design

KMI Design is a sole proprietorship that acts as a conglomeration of creatives that Karli has partnered with over the years to deliver the desired results of clients.  

She herself serves as a producer and thought leader for business strategic design and social good, in pursuit of her passion to change the way we work for the better.  By cultivating new and existing partnerships, and manage the reach, relevance, and reputation of company brands, she works to positively impact lives by actualizing potential and performance capabilities of leaders and organizations globally.

Through the integration of innovative thought and a creative application, as well as leadership philosophies, models, and tools, Karli is able to fulfill her personal mission of developing others, helping them harness their own grit, tenacity, and resilience by drawing from her own experiences facing adversity.

Along with years of experience in Executive and Business Operations, Brand Marketing Management and Design, and Client Advocacy in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors, Karli has contributed writing and artwork for various publications.


SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY: SENATOR HILARY CLINTON 2008 CAMPAIGN "Artist Karli Steffy holds a magazine cover mock up painting she made of Democratic presidential hopeful New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton at a Clinton campaign event outside Shepherd University McMurran Hall May 7, 2008, in Shepherdstown, West Virginia." VIEW ORIGINALS

SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY: SENATOR HILARY CLINTON 2008 CAMPAIGN

"Artist Karli Steffy holds a magazine cover mock up painting she made of Democratic presidential hopeful New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton at a Clinton campaign event outside Shepherd University McMurran Hall May 7, 2008, in Shepherdstown, West Virginia."

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JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM WA State Representative Zachary Hudgins is shown the engine of a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle during the June 2009 West Coast Hydrogen Road Tour. The tour (from California to British Columbia) stopped at JBLM to encourage hands-on education. 50 people including Soldiers, family members, retirees, and government employees test drove 12 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and talked with tour experts.  (Photo Credit: Karli Steffy) VIEW ORIGINAL

JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM

WA State Representative Zachary Hudgins is shown the engine of a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle during the June 2009 West Coast Hydrogen Road Tour. The tour (from California to British Columbia) stopped at JBLM to encourage hands-on education. 50 people including Soldiers, family members, retirees, and government employees test drove 12 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and talked with tour experts. 
(Photo Credit: Karli Steffy)

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SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR CREATIVE ARTS

"Having the art disciplines under the same roof allows students the opportunity to investigate ideas and focuses other than their own," said Karli Steffy, a senior painting major from Charlottesville, Virginia. "The instructors can also use this chance to further develop their teaching methods."

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