Sector Brands

Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties.

~ Erich Fromm

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Stacy Lewis, Principal

Stacy Lewis is a 20-year veteran in the world of marketing strategic planning, branding, positioning and creative program development. Having led her own brand consulting practice and served as creative director and brand strategist at various Denver advertising agencies, Stacy is now principal of Sector Brands.

Lewis’s career path has included serving as a senior vice president at MGA Communications, as well as creative director at MGA, Hamilton Sweeney Advertising and Kinzley-Hughes Advertising and Public Relations in Denver. She began her career at Heintz-Barton Advertising as account manager, copywriter and promotions director.  Stacy has helped a wide range of clients across multiple sectors, including healthcare, higher education, government, consumer products and business-to-business service and economic development to maximize their organizational impact and clarity through the development of authentic and emotionally-compelling brands. A frequently requested speaker, Stacy has presented her approach on purpose-driven branding to a wide range of audiences, including foundation directors, non-profit organizations, communities, students and CEO’s. Stacy served as the 2001-2002 Chairwoman of the Denver Advertising Federation, and was named 2002 Advertising Professional of the Year. Stacy is actively involved in serving the community, having volunteered for a number of organizations and boards, including Jewish Family Service, the Conflict Center, Transplant Council of the Rockies, MS Society, COMPA food ministries, Sewall Child Development Center, Women’s Bean Project, Children’s Treehouse Foundation and Metro Volunteers. An aspiring artist and painter, Stacy enjoys experimenting with new abstract creations on canvas, spending time with her husband, and taking in the great outdoors of Colorado via foot, bike, snowshoes or skis.

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