A close friend once told Sherry she was “just a little watchdog for society, barking at the corner of truth and democracy.” You can count on Sherry to be on the frontlines when it comes to social justice, health, transportation, and the environment. Her first book (wewerenotorphans.com) is about the abuse of children under state care.
Wardaleen oversees contracts, budgets, accounting, and analytics and is the chief advisor on public service campaigns nationwide. Her wicked sense of humor puts clients at ease and delights everyone she meets.
Calm, collected, and always-focused Karen has negotiated for millions of dollars in free media and has developed tracking systems to prove clients are getting their money's worth. She also wins the award for longest-tenured employee at Sherry Matthews Group: She's been with the agency since 1984.
After a successful 15-year career in New York, London, and Paris with some of the world's top agencies and clients, Charles returned to his Texas roots and his first ad agency employer. His talent and boundless energy amaze and inspire his clients, and he’s won nearly every major creative award there is.
If you have a challenge and want fresh thinking to attack it, Klaudia’s your go-to-person. Her mantra is focus: take your stand and own it like nobody’s business.
José was born in Cuba, raised in Virginia, studied in Mexico City, and got to Texas as fast as he could. Whether he is strategizing, directing or writing, his keen sense for what makes people different and what they share helps craft resonant multicultural campaigns from coast to coast.
When Robert talks, media listen. The giant seat belt he wrapped around the Texas Capitol is just one of his many ideas that’s generated buzz plus millions of dollars in free media.
Family man, dancer, dreamer who nerds out on data, emerging media, current events, and handbells.
Shelly’s background in law, politics, and hospitality makes her an expert in tackling all things administrative. Similar to herding cats, which she does in her spare time.
Kenna heads up the DC office and is the go-to expert for traffic safety/transportation issues in the northeast region. Her award-winning, results-driven work on everything from quirky walking billboards to social media means loyal, happy clients.
Caroline focuses on health, social justice, and education campaigns for clients fighting the good fight. After 15 years as a communications pro for brands big and small, Caroline earned her master’s in public health and moved exclusively into cause marketing.
Tom’s many talents earn kudos from clients and staff, and he creates the agency’s much-loved animated holiday card every year. Besides being a cause marketing maestro, he’s a children’s book author and illustrator.
Dandi always goes that extra mile and often handles the most challenging work on behalf of our transportation, health and social justice clients. The results? Happy clients, award-winning work, an engaged audience, and extra-caffeinated co-workers.
Chris wins clients’ respect and loyalty as well as industry awards, setting national records for campaign results. Count on him to keep everyone pointed in the right direction for results. He also rides his bike to work.
Dianna is a natural-born juggler, as she manages projects as diverse as traffic safety, social justice and public health. Her leadership on the challenging Covid campaign for Texas’ 30 million people has been impressive and unflagging.
Short story writer, poet, and mom.
Once worked political campaigns in Athens, Geneva, and Florence…Alabama that is.
Believes that any problem can be solved in slippers and a cardigan.
Loves the interactivity of interacting with all things interactive.
Behind Rich’s easygoing demeanor lie a fierce creative force and a way with words that captures hearts and minds. He’s won virtually every major industry award but deems his greatest accomplishments his client and colleague relationships and his campaigns’ effectiveness.
Gretchen may bake the best pies of anyone on a staff of cooks and gourmands, but she’s best known among clients for her stunning creative and design work. The “Liberty” campaign for Covid has won the hearts of New Yorkers in every borough and at every level of leadership.
Julie, once the undisputed queen of video/audio production, now heads the agency’s California office and brings her many talents to clients from coast to coast. She also sings, acts, and can handle details with the best of them.
After 20+ years in the publishing world, Marilyn shifted gears to dedicate her talents to cause marketing.
Had a hard time coming up with a sentence about himself even though he's a copywriter.
Loves her three dogs and RVing.
Lifelong Texan, former sportswriter, volunteer extraordinaire, and darn good cook.
A full-sized vintage letterpress conveyed with her house. Seriously lucky.
Cyclist, foodie, animal-lover, and Okie all the way.
Avid reader and NBA enthusiast.
A long time volunteer for many good community causes.
A self-described computer nerd who scores high in talent.
She's never met a shelter dog she didn't like.
She's crazy for breakfast tacos and live music.
Highly organized. Eats M&Ms in a particular order (um, don't ask).
Adrienne has dedicated her career to social issues and cause marketing. Whether it’s addressing student mental health in New York school districts, opioid poisoning in Washington state, air quality and pedestrian safety in Washington D.C., or traffic safety in Texas, she is passionate about change and loves a good challenge.
Avid baseball fan and member of Austin's two-step dance community.
Loves to coach youth sports and play the banjo.
Loves the outdoors and used to be a DJ.
Avid competitive board game player who enjoys traveling to Park Place on the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Asks the big questions such as: Can we #hashtag this?
Was always “too social” growing up. Really worked out for her that she can have a career in that now.
Born in Vienna of Swedish descent, Ulf refuses to drive a car but is determined to someday travel into space.
If content is king, Garrett is the court jester.
She's lived in New York and Los Angeles and spent a season performing Shakespeare in Alaska.
Dedicated to cause marketing for 20+ years, Kevin’s passion is raising awareness of water as a limited, precious resource. When not at work, he travels Texas taking photos.
Current number cruncher. Former spin instructor who thinks candy is dandy.
Loves spending the whole day in nature.
Loves watching food shows, hates cooking.
History, outdoor, running, podcast, and sci-fi enthusiast.
Avid climber with a fear of heights and a great sense of irony.
Accepts the fact that the bulldogs are more photogenic than he is.
Spends a lot of time advocating for women and dreaming up ways to make her coworkers laugh.
Basketball, sociology, and rock climbing fan. Talents include finishing your last few bites and reaching things on the top shelf.
Foodie, dog mom, and book lover from Puerto Rico with a passion for advertising.
He’s got 20 years of agency, corporate, and association experience. He also makes toys—lot of them—and teaches others how, too.
A rare born-and-bred Austinite, she’s visited three of the seven wonders of the world.
eBay addict. And she makes the best Italian lasagna ever.
Bob founded our Lone Star News Network—which makes our agency the only marketing firm with its own 20-year-old public service network of radio and television stations. Former producer for NBC's Today Show and NBC Nightly News in New York, Bob earned more than 40 awards for excellence in television, including an Emmy. He is indeed a winner.
Maddie is daunted by summarizing a lifetime of experiences and questionable decisions in two sentences. When she’s not overthinking things, she spends most of her time copywriting.
Loves listening to classic rock and studying classical history.
Created an Excel sheet even for her plants. Gardener, crafter, and cat lady.
You'd think Janet comes from a family of circus performers the way she knows how to juggle a dozen projects at once, balance budgets on a tight-wire, and win the applause of clients and colleagues. Janet makes things happen, and she always goes the distance for her clients.
An award-winning graphic designer since 1982, Rex's work has helped brand clients around the globe. He’s been immortalized in the Library of Congress, New York City Poster Museum, and the Hiroshima Museum of Modern Art, and his designs have appeared in just about every industry publication.
Not stuffy, despite his title. Can stand on his head.
Photographer extraordinaire who bakes her own bread from a starter that's been in her family since 1923.
Former CNN producer who relocated to Austin for its thriving arts scene.
Dubbed a "Velcro journalist" for collecting good stories anywhere she went during her long newspaper career.