Indigenous Designer and UO Alumna Tracie Jackson Featured on the UO BE Series

January 26, 2022
Images of Tracie Jackson and her Native-American Inspired Designs

Tracie Jackson (Diné) is an Indigenous designer focused on the intersectionality between culture, sport, and design. Jackson is focused on creating authentic representation for BIPOC in the sportswear industry. Attending the UO, she majored in Industrial and Product Design (now Product Design) and was active in the Native American Student Union.

In 2018 her dream job became a reality when she was hired by Nike as a graphic designer for footwear and apparel. She’s now a footwear designer leading the N7 design team in Beaverton. In 2021 she started Rezilient Soles, her online shop influenced by her experience at the intersection of Native arts and sport culture.

Read the full story in the article "BE Rezilient with Tracie Jackson"