This was my first work project out of college. With the UN's Water Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council as a client, I was tasked with "selling" government ministers and laypeople on the economic benefits of sanitation infrastructure. Drawing poop for a paycheck is probably one of the stranger things I've ever done, but it was a very rewarding project. Illness caused by poor sanitation and hygiene infrastructure is one of the biggest global health problems we face today, and yet, because it is a "dirty" topic, it doesn't get the attention it deserves. One of the unique challenges posed by the project was how to reframe a health issue as an economic development issue. Another challenge was communicating with such a broad audience—from government ministers all the way to illiterate stakeholders. In the end, we settled on simple visual language that explained how waste infrastructure paid for itself through tourism growth, education, health, biofuels, and construction to name a few.