- Monica Seaberry
- Monica Seaberry is the founder and president of Seaberry Design. An artist, illustrator and designer, Monica’s work encompasses brand identity, publication design and illustration. She specializes in information graphics for clients, including newspapers, publishers and nonprofit institutions. Her design is notable for its intelligence and its painter’s sense of color and composition. Monica was graphics editor for Newhouse News Service in Washington, DC where she was responsible for creating and distributing infographics and illustrations to 26 Newhouse papers across the country. Monica’s paintings have been shown at The World Trade Center in New York, and in solo shows at Utica College and The Ohio State University. She has work in the permanent collection of the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, NY. Monica received numerous grants to support her art work. A member of the AIGA DC, Monica was owner of Two Flights Up Gallery and taught painting at Colgate University.
- Cherisse Lu
- Cherisse Lu, is a multi-faceted designer whose work encompasses graphic design, photography, and animation. She is an expert in a range mediums from print to digital platforms and believes the little details make big differences when it comes to design. Her expertise includes identity design, brochure and magazine layout, and web design. Cherisse earned her BFA in graphic design and print media from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Before Joining Seaberry Design, Cherisse worked as multi-media designer at International Arts and Artists in Washington, DC
- Sarah Kellogg
- Sarah Kellogg is president of Kellogg Consulting Group, a thought leadership, strategic communications and project management firm. Sarah is also Seaberry Design’s marketing and communications strategist. Sarah has developed marketing solutions for Seaberry Design clients since 2008. Three of her most recent engagements were the Creative Economy Strategy for the District of Columbia, the Initiative for Economic Innovation at the George Washington University School of Business (GWSB), and the Economic Development Strategy for the District of Columbia. She also served as director of conceptual projects for the Office of the Dean at GWSB. She has more than 20 years of experience in communications and marketing strategy, research initiatives and editorial development. She served as director of content and strategy for a Washington-based communications firm. A former political journalist and columnist in the Washington Bureau of Newhouse News Service, she is a published author, playwright and filmmaker.
- Cynthia Wilcox
- Cynthia Wilcox is principal at the Kellogg Consulting Group and has worked as the chief editor for numerous Seaberry Design projects. A skilled writer, editor and content development strategist, she joins the Seaberry team with a knowledge of wayfinding principles from her work with the Society for Environmental Graphic Design. Cynthia has more than 20 years of experience working with the private, public and non-profit sectors. Recent projects include featured story writer for the Federal City Council, editorial strategist for the Infectious Diseases Society of America and chief editor for thought leadership columns for the CEO of CorpU. A certified meeting professional (CMP), Cynthia has led the conference planning for meetings of 100—24,000 attendees in 21 countries. She is a member of the American Copy Editors Society. Cynthia has developed content for cultural lectures for the Smithsonian Associates, is a published playwright and a competitive ballroom dancer.
- Neil Foote
- As President of Foote Communications and principal collaborator in Seaberry Design’s Dallas (TX) initiative, Neil connects branding and design to a public relations strategy that best positions the company to advance its mission, messaging and relationship with its audience. Neil honed his craft during a journalism career spanning more than 30 years with America’s top news organizations, including the Miami Herald, Washington Post, Dallas Morning News and its parent company Belo Corporation. His engagements include the Pan American Development Foundation, Creative Associates International, Reach Media (syndicator for the Tom Joyner Morning Show and TV One), The Tom Joyner Foundation, Denny’s, and the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA. Neil is a principal lecturer in the Mayborn School of Journalism at the University of North Texas and a frequent contributor to CommPro.biz, a website targeting business executives around the world. He is also active in the community, serving as chairman of the National Kidney Foundation Serving North Texas and life trustee of the Lamplighters School, one of the nation's top schools for early childhood education.
- Tyrone Turner
- Exploring worlds from the bayous of Louisiana to the backlands of Brazil, Tyrone Turner’s work brings him to exciting and intimate places. For Turner, photography is about engagement with the world, with people and places he wouldn’t know otherwise, whether that is hanging out with sugarcane cutters in Brazil, exploring Maya murals in Guatemala or stepping along with a second line parade in his native New Orleans.
In addition to his editorial work as a contributing photographer to National Geographic Magazine (2004 – present) and other national and international publications, Turner has been privileged to collaborate with foundations, corporations and major advertising campaigns, including Michael Kors, The Centers for Disease Control, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Apple.
- Laate Olukotun
- Laaté Olukotun is a product designer and user-centered process junkie who also runs Lollygig design studio — a design consultancy for a variety of companies big and small. Latte's work with Seaberry includes graphic design, product design and video production. He holds a BA in Economics from Yale University and a Masters of Design from the Institute of Design at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Laaté is passionate about creating new products, and services for people, for the planet, and for fun.