Carley Croom has been passionately working to bring brands to life through advertising, marketing, and branding for 15 years.
Carley began her career working with some of the largest and most recognized brands in the world. In San Francisco, she partnered with brand teams at Fisher-Price to expand the product portfolio of the world-renowned toy brand. While in Chicago, Carley developed integrated campaigns for multiple McDonald’s business segments, ultimately reaching millions of customers around the world. In Santa Monica, Carley helped grow the iconic Jack in the Box brand, one of the longest-running fast-food campaigns in history.
After earning her stripes in traditional advertising, Carley has most recently focused her talents on marketing and branding initiatives for non-profit organizations. She has had the privilege of working with some of the leaders in independent school education in California, helping them recognize and articulate their values, purpose and promise to their students and school communities.
Originally from New England, Carley graduated from University of California, Berkeley, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree and captained the Division I Women’s Lacrosse team. Carley and her husband, also a Cal Bear, live in Los Angeles with their two young daughters. They enjoy exploring Southern California, going to the beach and parks, and spending time with friends and family.