Chief Communications Officer
Alisha manages our client service staff in the Charleston, W.Va. office and oversees some of the agency’s larger accounts. She's tough, but sweet – we like to call her sassy – and always makes sure that every product that leaves CRA is grammatically correct.
Alisha’s been here at CRA for a while and really knows her stuff. She keeps clients on track, projects on budget and on time, is a grammar guru and can crank out a sincerely inspiring RFP. She truly puts the “organized” in the everyday "organized chaos” of a marketing agency.
A former journalist (until we got our hands on her) with two degrees in journalism and mass communications, her passion for writing comes through in everything she does. She specializes in media relations, public involvement and integrated communications strategies for clients in the manufacturing, transportation, oil and natural gas, business, insurance and non-profit industries, to name a few. She also leads the agency’s spokesperson training activities. Alisha has won top industry awards for her work and donates a great deal of time and communications counsel to local non-profit organizations.
Alisha was recently appointed to the West Virginia Parkways Authority.
In 2017, she was named a West Virginia Executive “Young Gun” and awarded as a “Woman on a Mission” by the Union Mission organization.
She is also a 2016 West Virginia Living “Wonder Woman”.
Although Alisha loves CRA, working closely with clients and co-workers, and of course grammar, her true love is her boys – Tyler and Carter, and husband Scott.