Sheryl Kantrowitz is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Advertising in the Lew Klein College of Media and Communication (KLN). Sheryl was a graduate in the inaugural class of the MS-Digital Innovation in Marketing program in the Fox School of Business in 2016. Sheryl has served twice as the faculty leader of the Klein GO London semester program. She has taught and/or is currently teaching the following courses at the graduate and undergraduate level: User Experience Design and Strategy, Art Direction 1 and 2 (traditional and new media), Advertising Campaigns (National Student Advertising Competition), Personal Branding, Digital Media and Advertising and Portfolio courses. Sheryl also currently serves as a faculty advisor for the Advertising Internship program. Prior to teaching, Sheryl spent 10 years in the advertising industry honing her skills working for various agencies and personal clients as an art director and brand strategist. She worked for small branding consultancies, large NYC agencies launching new products (Grey and Saatchi), and on her own, she has and continues to work directly with clients, helping them to redefine their brands from the ground up. As a trained designer and art director, Sheryl recognizes the importance of balance between beauty and function, and works to instill this mindset in all of her students. Sheryl is an active member of the Art Directors’ Club of Philadelphia, the Philly Ad Club TEENS Program and Student Committee, and the AEJMC (Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication). She holds a BFA in Design and Photography from Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts and most recently chose to pursue an MS in Digital Innovation in Marketing to enhance her skill set both inside and outside of the classroom.