Ashley whitley

Director of Operations

Creative projects don’t come with instructions. Gathering the right threads takes experience. Turning them into something memorable takes perseverance. Fortunately I have been handcrafting next-level creative work for years—helping former clients like Titleist, FootJoy, and HanesBrands find their voices in the market. I helped a Danish outdoor furniture company rise to the top of’s category sales rankings, and took a hands-on leadership role when former employer, Cadmus Communications, set up offices in Hong Kong and Bangkok. At Capstrat Communications I applied this experience to manage creative work for clients like Siemens, Quintiles, BASF and Grifols. And later went on to manage relationships with big box retailer e-commerce sites for a Czech brand seeking to enter the US market.

At Trig, project management is about this lovely dynamic of embracing the chaos the creative process generates and working to apply organization without stifling the creative force. 

Some have called it “keeping the crazy back” but I am rather fond of my role amidst the creative chaos. At Trig I have a wonderful space to hone my skills supporting the creative effort of a talented group of professionals, producing exciting work for a diverse mix of clients.