Cheryl Donaldson has joined Crosby Marketing Communications as vice president of technology project management.
She will play a lead role in overseeing Crosby’s growing team that creates large-scale websites, mobile apps, digital experiences, and marketing technology solutions for clients.
Donaldson has more than 25 years of experience, most recently as a vice president at R2integrated in Baltimore for the past 16 years. She has led teams on major web builds and enterprise technology solutions for national brands, with a strong background in development best practices, project management and agile principles.
Donaldson is the latest high-profile addition to Crosby’s growing team of UX/UI strategists, content creators, designers and digital developers.
ABOUT CHERYL DONALDSON
Gambrills/Anne Arundel County
Anne Arundel Community College; Towson University
If you had not chosen your current profession, what profession would you choose and why?
I’ve had a wonderful career! I really enjoy the profession I’m in, and working for Crosby. If I were able to work for free, I’d devote all my time to animal rescue.
I’ve had so many memorable vacations, but the one that stands out as the most cherished is when I traveled to Ireland with my mom to visit my brother and niece who live in Belfast. We’re due for another visit!
When I want to relax, I…:
Lay on the couch with my dog Wilson watching a good movie or enjoy the outdoors with him.
So many films I love to choose from, but one of my all-time favorites and one that I was fortunate enough to work on while working for motion picture producer Mark Johnson, is “My Dog Skip.” The film is based on the book by writer Willie Morris and it’s a memoir of his life with his best friend, a dog named Skip. It’s a beautiful film.
There are two that have really stayed with me. “Surely as one gets older, friendship becomes more precious to us, for it affirms the contours of our existence. It is a reservoir of shared experience, of having lived through many things in our brief and mutual moment on earth.” — Willie Morris. “The most wasted of all days is one without laughter.” — E.E. Cummings