Warschawski Promotes Lauren Scheib to Creative Director

by | May 1, 2018

Warschawski, a full-service advertising, marketing, digital, public relations, branding, web design, VR/AR, creative and crisis communications agency, announced the promotion of Lauren Scheib to Creative Director. In her new role, Lauren is responsible for overseeing and leading all creative and interactive campaigns for the agency’s clients.

Since joining Warschawski in 2015 as a Design Director, Lauren has successfully led the creative direction for both print and digital work and oversees the process from concept ideation through completion, ensuring all work reinforces the client’s brand. Lauren’s work includes everything from logo ideation, and brochures, to website design and front-end development, to digital ads and custom infographics.

Lauren has served as the creative lead for a variety of the agency’s clients, including: Alex Cooper, Biologics Consulting Group, Chesapeake Utilities Corporation (NYSE: CPK), Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson (JMT), Pinnacle Care and Sap on Tap, among others.

Prior to joining Warschawski, Lauren was a Senior Graphic Designer at Stoller & Company. During her time there, Lauren was responsible for designing innovative digital and print materials for high-profile clients, including MetLife, MyScore, KMS California, and the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Baltimore.

“We are so excited to see Lauren in this new role! She takes a unique approach with every client, creating print and digital designs that reinforce the company’s brand and resonates with its target audience,” commented Shana Harris, COO of Warschawski. “Lauren is always smiling and brings a positive energy to everything she does.  She is a great asset to our team, and we look forward to her continued growth with the agency!”

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