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Trevor Fraley, Illustrator & Designer  


Trevor Fraley, Illustrator & Designer 

Trevor is an illustrator from New Jersey who has always been fascinated by art and animation. From a young age he found that drawing was something that would have a great presence in his life. 

In 2016 he graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia with a Bachelors in Fine Arts. Since then he has worked on a number of freelance positions such as Character Designer for Silverclutch Games and Coloring Book Illustrator for Infinity Coloring Books.

Trevor works closely with Illustrating Progress, providing illustration and design elements to aid others along their path to success. You can see more of his work at

Mario Rios


Mario Rios is a Chicago-based apprentice and emerging graphic facilitator. He has aided and contributed to creative activities with Illustrating Progress to help people see their discussions, progress, and to reassure people that they are heard. He also hopes to inspire more people to investigate the realm of graphic facilitation and its importance.

Mario is a current junior at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) who is double majoring in Psychology and Sociology with a minor in Criminal Justice. He graduated from Air Force Academy High School third in his class, with a ranking of Cadet/Captain, and a certificate of four years completion of AFJOTC. He has both worked and volunteered with many non-profits around Chicago including The Adler Planetarium where he was an Interactive Media Intern, Youth Leadership Council Member, and a STEM Mentor.  

Currently, Mario is an office aid/study abroad undergraduate scholarship advisor for UIC’s Office of Special Scholarship Programs and a counselor on for crisis hotline.

Chrissie Bonner, Principal& Founder 


Phone: 757-641-0193

Chrissie Bonner is an organizational development (OD) practitioner and illustrator.  Her interest in OD is founded in deeper levels of listening, cultivating behaviors and mindsets necessary for transformative change, and supporting cross-system dialogue through creative activities. 

Chrissie has a background in nonprofit management which she has applied to a career in institutional philanthropy and capacity-building for more than 200 nonprofits since 2007.   

She also serves as an adjunct faculty member in PCOM's Organizational Development and Leadership Master's program. She is a member of the International Forum of Visual Practitioners