Advertising & Presentation Design
2015 was a big year for Weber Shandwick as an up-and-coming leader
in both creative services as well as the growth in talent for the PR and communications industry. Not only was the agency gaining recognition
in the creative community but also racking up awards such as Advertising Age Agency A-List Standout: Honoring the industry's most innovative and successful agencies, but also winning Best Places to Work two years in a row. In an effort to both celebrate and spread the news within the PR and Creative industries, we designed a series of print and digital posters which were then translated to ads and web banners.
In addition to the creative growth within the industry, I was also involved in many new business pitches, which included working directly with the executive team and senior leadership within the agency. Together, we developed some of the most incredible strategies and creative buy-ins I have ever been a part of. I am proud to have been a strategic team member in the hardworking, creative, and more importantly WINNING efforts behind some of Weber Shandwick's most accomplished new business wins!
AdAge Posters, Web Banners & Editorial Ads
New Business Presentations
In early 2017, IPG agencies Commonwealth/McCann, Weber Shandwick and Casanova Pendrill, collaborated to pitch for Chevy's U.S. Social Business. The win was a significant win for IPG as General Motors is the biggest auto advertiser in the U.S.
In collaboration with Elkus Manfredi, Weber Shandwick supported the LSTAR Ventures group, in submitting
a proposal on behalf of the City of Boston for Union Point, in the bidding for Amazon's second Headquarters in the U.S.
In early 2014, wireless technology giant Qualcomm selected Weber Shandwick as its U.S. PR agency for its corporate and divisions work.