From August 2016-April 2017, I was commissioned to create a Welcoming Diversity Mural for the foyer of the Advocate Sherman Hospital in Elgin, IL, USA. I hand-delivered the artwork from where I was living, working, and creating, in Thailand. The piece travelled over 8,000 miles, and was created with the help of individuals from over 9 countries. Two marginalized communities in Chiang Mai added to the collage figures: Burmese migrant students of college-going age at BEAM (Bridging Educational Access to Migrants) and local youth awaiting their sentences in the Juvenile Detention Center (beamedu.org). The collage figures represent whole ethnic communities that the hospital serves, and above each of them is the respective translation of the word "Welcome" in their languages: Gujarati, Polish, Spanish, Tagalog, English, and Lao.