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Meet Kerry Stratford – Member of the Month

April 15, 2013 / By communications

Kerry Stratford

Kerry Stratford is the president of Caliber, a strategic brand marketing, interactive, social media and public relations firm based in Arizona with offices in both Tucson and Phoenix.

A native Tucsonan and principal of the firm, Kerry has been directing and providing innovative marketing, design and brand strategy and interactive consultation for more than 20 years to some of the region’s most respected organizations, such as Maricopa Association of Governments, Arizona Board of Regents, Commerce Bank of Arizona, Gammage & Burnham Attorneys at Law and Paradise Valley School District.

Kerry is responsible for directing the firm’s creative department, process and teams necessary to build brand awareness, preference and loyalty. She also leads the firm’s interactive department keeping our client’s at the forefront of the newest digital and interactive strategies. She has a talent for inspiring the agency team to deliver projects that are creative and effective.

She also is an award-winning designer who has been listed in Who’s Who in Graphic Design USA, and her work has been featured in many national design publications and numerous books in the United States and abroad. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Visual Communication from the University of Arizona where she also taught design classes for more than a decade.

Kerry recently received a Leadership Award from Arizona Forward, was honored as a community leader by Greater Tucson Leadership, and named Entrepreneurial Woman of the Year by the National Association of Women Business Owners in Tucson. She has received numerous awards in the community for her volunteer work and is asked to speak regionally and across the country on topics such as branding, social media and marketing.

Kerry is a past recipient of the Tucson Advertising Professional of the Year and a SASIE award from the Arizona Small Business Association for her community and professional leadership.

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