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18 Cypress Ct
Glassboro, NJ, 08028

856-582-8181

Graphic Design Advertising Photography Creativity

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ABOUT THE DESIGNER

"The Sophistication and Calibre of Advertising Agency Work at a more Affordable Price."

This is what you can expect when working with Randi Wolf Design.

Randi holds a B.A. from Rutgers University and a M.S. in Communications Design from Pratt Institute, where she graduated at the top of her class. After that, she worked for 10 years at Advertising Agencies and Design Studios in NJ, New York City, Atlanta and Philadelphia with clients such as Coca Cola, Amoco, Prudential, Alpo Petfoods, and FedEx. In 1988, Randi opened her own business, with a goal of producing the same high quality of work she did at Ad Agencies with a less expensive and personal approach.

Throughout the years, Randi has continually received praise and feedback from clients who have experienced such things as "record-breaking attendance", "highest gross profits", or the "largest annual increase in sales (or donations)" from projects she's created. Randi has also shared in her clients' successes, winning a multitude of national and international awards, and her work has been featured in numerous books and publications. She has been honored by being chosen to serve as a Judge for many award competitions, including the Florida Addys, Association of Fundraising Professionals and the prestigious Creativity International Awards.

Randi and her husband live in Glassboro and have three children. She has served as VP of Glassboro School's PTO, on the Boards of Directors of the Greater Glassboro Chamber of Commerce and her synagogue, and she is a member of the Greater Glassboro Group. She also taught graphic design as an adjunct professor. Additionally, she plays a very active role in education and the revitalization of her community, and she was recently honored with a "Volunteer of the Year" Congressional Award.