Seattle-based creative ad shop Wexley School for Girls announced the admittance of two new team members today: Sean Hamilton and Cassidy Wilber.
“When I heard we’d found the team to lead us into the future and that team was Shaun Cassidy, I had my doubts,” said Wexley CEO Cal McAllister. “We have been growing a lot and needed star power, sure. But then I read my email and realized it was two different superstars. Double the awesome, I say. Shaun, if you’re reading this, reach out. Some pretty exciting stuff happening around our 10-year anniversary this summer and you should perform.”
Cassidy Wilber joins Wexley as a Senior Planner for HomeStreet Bank, among other clients. She hopped across town to Wexley from Publicis Seattle, where she led rebrand efforts and drove strategy for T-Mobile. While there, she also directed the repositioning of Seattle’s longest running and best-named non-profit festival, Bumbershoot. Other brands she’s worked on include Dole, Thermador and KFC. She’s so excited to join Wexley that she can barely finish writing this bio.
Sean Hamilton wandered his way to Wexley through somewhat unconventional means. A freelance designer and motorcycle technician, Hamilton was looking for a facility to expand his motorcycle business when he came across a building partially owned by Gabe Hajiani, production director at Wexley. Hamilton mentioned his background in design, and soon began freelance work for Wexley. Now Hamilton has officially been inducted to the agency’s creative team.