Sept. 8, 2016: Meredith Noyes joins Cookson Strategic Communications as chief creative officer
Same great creative, now with the backing of amazing writers and communicators.
Meredith Noyes, an award-winning designer, art director, and overall brand-builder who has run her own company for several years, has joined CSC in a senior level role to oversee the agency’s creative strategy. She will take on the newly created role of chief creative officer.
Noyes, who founded and operated MSN Create in Manchester, has more than 15 years of design experience and has provided creative services to hundreds of clients during her career. She partnered with the CSC team on projects for the past 18 months and will now provide the agency with high level, in-house creative leadership and expertise in visual communications, branding and design.
“I have had the pleasure of working with Meredith over the past several months and have greatly admired her skills, professionalism, and ability to connect with clients and draw out key information that helps influence the design work,” said Matt Cookson, CEO of Cookson Strategic Communications. “The team looks forward to having her join us full time and serve as an integral part of our growing company.”
Noyes, a Syracuse University alumnus, has worked with many top American brands on the agency side and built dozens of small to medium sized business brands over her career. After New York City internships at Seventeen magazine, she entered the experiential marketing world at Student Advantage in Boston and continued to greater Boston creative agency Gigunda Group. Over her career, she has managed creative projects for Volkswagen, MTV, Charmin, and Campbell’s soups, among others. Her recent portfolio also includes branding and design work for Petco, MegaFood, LifeShare, Jack in the Box, Naked Juice, and Lifetime TV. Welcome!.