As an entrepreneur, account executive, and creative director, Gretchen does it all while overseeing project development at Werremeyer for anything from a banner design to the creation of a fully interactive website. Gretchen’s involvement in the St. Louis business community and accomplished work across a range of marketing and design projects have won her numerous national and local design awards throughout her career. Gretchen’s extensive experience coupled with a gift for making connections has allowed her to surround herself with a talented team of professionals.
Gretchen received her BFA from the prestigious Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and has won numerous national and local design awards throughout her career. She is a member of The Entrepreneurship Institute, a lifelong equestrian, and a fan of Webster Groves High School’s basketball and lacrosse teams.
Cheryl has been an integral part of Werremeyer’s development and success for over 20 years. Her attention to detail and eye for design keep her focused on details while not losing sight of the big picture. Her background and experience give her the perspective to offer clients beautiful and strategic solutions with second-to-none service. Cheryl’s work for Werremeyer includes brand strategy and development, visual identity, integrated marketing, account service, and project management.
Cheryl graduated from Webster University with a BA in Management with an emphasis in marketing and a minor in computer studies. She stays active keeping up with her fifteen nieces and nephews. She and her husband enjoy traveling, especially to sunny destinations, and hopes to visit all 59 national parks.
Ann joined Werremeyer in 2000 after enjoying a 10-year career with Monsanto as a corporate communications manager. From print to digital, small business to corporate, Ann’s experience with different business environments gives her quick insight into our clients’ internal and external needs. With over 30 years of experience in design, marketing, and communications, Werremeyer clients love Ann for her strategic thinking, creativity, and technical versatility.
Ann graduated from University of Cinncinnati, with a BS in Graphic Design and has a Vorkurs Certficate from the Allgemeine Kunstgewerbschule Basel. Ann loves her family, her cat, and lake house. She also dedicates her free time to leading seminars for people interested in professional and personal training and development.
With over twenty years of design and branding experience, Laura’s extensive expertise includes website design and digital marketing, graphic design across various platforms, advertising and awareness campaigns, brand management, and print marketing. Over the years, Laura has exercised her array of skills with brands varying from small non-profits to Fortune 500, along with a variety of educational institutions including numerous schools within her alma mater, Washington University in St. Louis. Laura has a passion for creative collaboration and being able to fully understand the needs of her clients while respecting quality, budget and timing parameters.
A native of St. Louis, Laura enjoys spending time with her family in Webster Groves. She also enjoys tap-dancing, going to her kids’ sporting events, and a nice glass of wine.
As a University of Denver graduate by way of Evanston, IL, Garrett eventually made his way to St. Louis where he’s built a home in Webster Groves and a career in media and project management. With 15+ years’ experience as a production director, Garrett is a welcome addition to the Werremeyer team. Garrett focuses his efforts on project and account management, overseeing day-to-day operations across various departments and accounts while making sure deadlines are met and expectations are exceeded.
Ever the technical thinker, Paul developed an interest in programming and video at an early age, priming him for his current role as interactive director at Werremeyer. Paul creates dynamic solutions for clients showcasing his versatility in business-to-business and business-to-consumer applications including web design, intranet development, and app creation for an online magazine. Paul has helped create interactive solutions for a variety of clients such as Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Bi-State Development, McKnight Place, SSM St. Louis University Hospital, St. Louis Regional Freightway, and St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.
Paul has taught Advanced Web Programming and Visual Design for Interactive Media at Webster University, St. Louis campus. He enjoys working out and a good bike ride. He also insists on eating four meals a day, and he likes his chocolate very, very dark.
As a graphic designer and project manager, Alison believes great design starts with a strong idea and communication between the client and designer. With an eagerness to take on any challenge, she aims to create new ideas for innovative design. Alison specializes in graphic design, website/e-marketing design, and production. Clients love Alison for her can-do attitude and easy-to-work-with personality.
Alison is a graduate of William Woods University with a BS in Graphic Design and a minor in Business Administration. In her free time, she enjoys going to concerts of all genre types, from classical to rock to folk. She’s been an equestrian since she was 12 and enjoys attending horse shows whenever possible.
Lisa’s experience in public relations, marketing, and product development makes her a valuable addition to Werremeyer’s team. Her willingness to take on varied challenges in industries including banking, healthcare, entertainment and fashion has resulted in international experience and an extensive skillset. She guides clients through the ins-and-outs of social media, keeps websites fresh, and coordinates special projects.
A graduate from Rockhurst University, Lisa enjoys gardening and is an active volunteer with several community organizations. Lisa’s family can be found riding bikes whenever possible, but not eating out much due to numerous food allergies. Determined to eat well, she defied all odds and created a delicious, gluten-, dairy-, egg-, tree nut-, and peanut-free, chocolate cupcake.
Since graduating with a bachelor’s of fine arts from Maryville University where she produced an impressive student portfolio, Holly has produced an equally inspiring body of work and an eagerness to learn. From logo development and package design to photography and web design, Holly tackles it all with enthusiasm.
Outside the office, she enjoys working out and watching classic movies with her fiancé and her “shih-poo” (shih tzu + poodle) puppy Edgar.
After serving as Field Director for a State Treasurer candidate, Danny came home to Webster Groves joining Werremeyer as a copywriter and social media coordinator. With a background in screenwriting, Danny uses his writing skills to keep our content relevant and social media savvy to keep our clients at the forefront of communication technology.
Danny is a graduate of DePaul University in Chicago, though he loves his hometown St. Louis Blues and Cardinals. He is a lover of film, a dry humor enthusiast, and—occasionally—a banjo player.
Laura’s expertise in creating effective marketing, communications, and growth strategies for businesses has earned her a reputation for success. Before joining Werremeyer, Laura served as Director of Marketing and Media Relations at SSM SLU Hospital while leading a diverse team and overseeing both earned and placed media and message integration in social media platforms. Her work has earned her multiple healthcare industry awards for communications. With Werremeyer, Laura has brought her extensive media planning and brand strategy experience to the forefront of our brand building endeavors.
Laura is a devoted urbanite who lives in South St. Louis with her two daughters. She is an enthusiastic student of American history, especially political, Civil War and Creole, and currently serves as vice-president of the board of the Lifesaving Foundation of St. Louis. Because she travels often, she doesn’t have a dog but she loves yours.
Cordell’s extensive career has sent him from St. Louis to San Francisco for over a decade, back to St. Louis. After cutting his teeth in account service, he found his true calling in the creative department working on McDonald’s and Monsanto Roundup. While in the Bay Area, he created needle-moving, award-winning work for AT&T, Sony VAIO, Taco Bell, Citibank, Microsoft and quicken.com. Since returning to St. Louis, he’s done the same for Discovery Cove (Sea World), McDonald’s (again), St. Louis CVC, Cardinals Baseball, Bi-State Development, and Mercy Health, among others. We are lucky to be able to pick his brain as a strategist and experienced copywriter whenever we need him.
Liz joined Werremeyer with over 16 years experience in finance, operations and administration – many of those in the advertising field. For the past five years, Liz has served on the Executive Board of the St. Louis Advertising Club as treasurer. She spent eight years at Adamson Advertising with responsibility for the company’s accounting, administration, IT and human resources. For two years she was a partner, video producer and CFO for video production company StoryTrack. Liz also has experience with client service, tax compliance, financial statements, budgets and forecasts, and financing proposals after eight years’ experience at a CPA firm.
Amy is a certified public accountant from St. Louis with more than 15 years experience. She is a graduate of Rhodes College in Memphis, TN and currently lives in Glendale, MO with her fourteen-year-old daughter. As a yoga instructor on the weekends, Amy brings a calming presence to our hectic office. From inventory management to keeping our finances in order, Amy is there with a helping hand and a smile.
Tucker may have started life as a free puppy but make no mistake – he is priceless. In 2006, Gretchen needed a way to keep her boys busy while attending a horse show in Kentucky. A puppy giveaway did the trick, and Tucker’s name was derived from “Kentucky’ while driving home to Missouri. Life is sweet with two pug sisters at home, but Tucker enjoys putting in a full day at the office. In fact, he gets upset if Gretchen heads to Werremeyer (or anywhere, for that matter) without him. Don’t be surprised if Tucker greets you at the door and sits in on a meeting or two, offering calming comfort and strong presence. He’s our silent partner and our solid rock.