Cooksey Communications adds Sandy Kong as Graphic Designer

by | Mar 20, 2020

North Texas-based strategic communications firm Cooksey Communications recently added Sandy Kong to its dynamic Creative Department as a graphic designer. Kong is supporting all of Cooksey’s clients in their digital and social marketing programs, collateral design, brand development and event promotion needs.

“As our client-side demand for creative strategy and design has increased immensely, we needed a strong and experienced professional to join our team,” said Colby Walton, president of Cooksey Communications. “Sandy’s extensive knowledge of user-friendly, interactive design, and her ability to marry great design with smart messaging strategy, makes her the perfect fit to bolster our integrated communications offerings for clients across the public and private sectors.”

Before joining Cooksey, Kong worked at multiple companies in Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota, with a focus on digital strategy, branding and creative communication.

Kong graduated from Winona State University in Minnesota with a B.A. in graphic design.

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