October 2006
Alaska Business Monthly;Oct2006, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p71
The article reports on the appointment of Carol Richards as the creative director of marketing communications firm Walsh Sheppard Flynn. Richards is a professional graphic designer and art director for creative groups. She has spent eight years as an in-house designer at Nike. Richards earned her bachelor's degree in graphic design and packaging from the Art Center College of Design in California.


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