For more than 30 years, Erica Avery has been designing award-winning print and publication materials ranging from corporate identity branding and package design to direct response packages and marketing collateral. Erica’s distinctive creative style and extensive experience with nonprofit organizations complements her exceptional technical skill for developing a wide range of communications projects designed to help charitable organizations meet their fundraising and marketing goals.

Erica has won awards for her work with Schultz & Williams clients, including St. Vincent Meals on Wheels, The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation and American Film Institute (AFI)—all in Los Angeles, CA—and American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Before joining the S&W team in 1995, Erica was the creative director at a print production agency in Southern California and completed numerous projects for high-profile clients, including Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau, Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission and American Honda Motor Company, Torrance CA.

Erica lives her passion for nonprofits by dedicating much of her time as a volunteer for St. Vincent Meals on Wheels in Los Angeles, AVP (Association of Volleyball Professionals) and Young Musicians Foundation in Los Angeles. She has illustrated three books and is also an accomplished pianist. She holds a B.A. degree in creative communication from the University of Wisconsin.




Special Content: The Roadmap to Recovery

As nonprofits everywhere face unprecedented challenges, S&W is stepping forward to help—working on rapid response strategies with our clients, curating resources for easy access, offering answers from our expert team, and bringing people together from across the nonprofit world to share ideas. The point, as we say, is Powering Missions That Matter—now at the moment they matter most.

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