Enrique Paulin is the Creative Director for the World Justice Project. He leads the creation and maintenance of WJP’s visual narrative highlighting the organization’s commitment to advancing the rule of law. Enrique joined WJP in 2022. He brings 27 years of experience in visual communications, integrative multi-channel marketing, branding strategy, and problem-solving.
After obtaining his A.A.S. in Communication Design, he founded the Paulin Creative Group, a marketing communication and graphic design studio in Washington, D.C. He has worked with a wide range of clients, including the Smithsonian Institution, National Postal Museum, Capital Fringe, RBmedia Global, Seek Common Ground, General Electric, Business Roundtable, National Business Travel Association, Sweetener Users Association, Council on Global Immigration, the Embassy of Korea, the Embassy of Singapore and the Embassy of Colombia.
Before joining WJP, he served for 17 years as the Creative Director for DBM Inc., a marketing, communications, and creative agency servicing B2B and B2C national and international clients.
Enrique is a visual storyteller passionate about combining compelling imagery and words – and a committed advocate for human rights and fair treatment. He has volunteered as a peer counselor for the Whitman-Walker Clinic and currently resides in Washington, D.C.