Woodruff Sweitzer Adds 4 New Team Members

Woodruff Sweitzer (WS) recently announced the addition of Lindsey Woolsey and Brandon Thomas to its Kansas City, Missouri, office, Cynthia Kotovsky to its Columbia, Missouri, office and Halli Kubes to the agency’s Red Wing, Minnesota, office.

Woolsey joins WS as a junior account executive. Prior to WS, Woolsey worked at Gragg Advertising, where she served as a client services project manager.

Thomas joins the creative team as a designer, where he is responsible for creating digital and traditional designs and illustrations in all facets of production and presentation. Thomas is a graduate of UMKC in studio arts. In addition to freelance work, he previously worked as the lead designer for the UMKC sociology department and at Egghead, a student design agency.

Kotovsky rejoins WS as account group manager. She is responsible for developing and fostering senior-level account relationships, and identifying opportunities for clients to help them grow and expand their businesses. Previously, Kotovsky worked as branch marketing manager for Veterans United Home Loans.

Kubes joins the WS team as a junior account executive. Previously, Kubes was an assistant account manager at Karwoski and Courage Public Relations.

In 2015, Woodruff Sweitzer experienced a record year for billings based on both current and new client work. Staff hires in all offices were a direct result of this growth.

“Lindsey, Brandon, Cynthia and Halli each bring unique experiences to the WS team, and I am confident they will all play integral roles in helping meet the needs of our clients,” said Terry Woodruff, Woodruff Sweitzer president and chief executive officer.

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