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Eleanor brings over 20 years of marketing, product and brand development, communication, sales and events experience to LETR & Co. Prior to forming the company with Leigh, she worked in the specialty food, natural body care, non-profit and financial services sectors.
Straddling the line between the creative and business worlds in her work became second nature to her in her roles at companies like Savannah Bee Co., Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Charles Schwab & Co. and Equitable Life.
A devoted generalist, Eleanor thrives on digging into business challenges and designing actionable creative solutions to address them. She specializes in working with high-energy entrepreneurs with lots of big ideas: interpreting, refining, and turning them into reality.
A native of Savannah, Eleanor has lived all over the U.S. including New Orleans, New York, Boston, San Francisco and Atlanta. She moved home 5 years ago.
Leigh is an award-winning designer who has worked extensively in the creative field for the past 14 years before forming LETR & Co. with Eleanor. A problem solver at heart, Leigh’s ability to produce design that is both beautiful and functional has led to a number of successful creative campaigns. Her work in branding and packaging has been recognized on an international level and her clients have seen significant revenue growth and achievements such as the esteemed Inc. 5000® as a result of Leigh’s creative solutions.
Always a life-long learner, Leigh also pursued a teaching career and is currently a professor of Graphic Design at Georgia Southern University in addition to managing and creating for LETR & Co. This unique combination of professor and practitioner affords Leigh a deeper insight into the worlds of visual communication where meaning and purpose are closely investigated.
Throughout her career, Leigh has won several national awards, been recognized by leading organizations in the field such as AIGA and UCDA, and has a variety of works published in both national and international journals and books.