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Find the heartbeat.

We are a culture of listeners. It's how we find the place for your brand. The perfect place. We comb the competitive landscape with your strengths, your hopes, your vision as our compass.

Sherry Bruck / Creative Director

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sherry.jpgWithin 10 minutes of meeting Sherry, it will be clear that not only does she know what she thinks about a subject but she’s given it a lot of thought.

The complexities of a business, its creative solution and what it takes to get it done, are never lost on her. That’s why over the last 20 years Sherry has produced great results with great creative from the creative department she has built from scratch.

Sherry co-founded Harquin in 1992 and has created huge successes for scores of local, regional and national accounts. She raises the bar on every piece of work the agency does, whether it’s for Girl Scouts of the USA, Country Bank, The Garrison Resort, New Rochelle BID, Pace University, Monroe College, March of Dimes, Pepsi, Snapple, JPMorganChase, Westchester Library System or Iona College.

Under Sherry's leadership Harquin has won numerous awards and has been featured in Graphic Design USA, The NY Times, the Journal News, Forbes.com and The Westchester Business Journal. She served as a board member of Westchester Association of Women Business Owners for 4 years and is a member of the Creative Council of the Westchester Business Council, editorial board member of New Rochelle City Soundings, and Vice President of the Executive Women's Golf Association.

When Sherry is not finding ways to appeal to the heart as well as the head of the consumer, she can be found spending time with her family, golfing and raising money for various charities supporting women.

Dewey Bruck / Team Motivator Fred Bruck / VP of Account Services