Chamaine Woffard is a graphic designer and a UC Berkeley certified Full Stack Web Developer. She is the founder of Wellington Studio, a branding design and web digital agency. Wellington Studio works with organizations focused on creating social change by connecting with communities of color.
Chamaine began her career as a graphic designer working with high-value brands. Through her senior project manager position at Wells Fargo, in strategic corporate marketing, she managed, executed, and implemented millions of dollars in cost savings in design and print production over seven years. She completed her tenure at Wells by working on the rebranding of Wells Fargo along with being a member of the senior team in the execution of the Wachovia re-brand across multiple cross-functional teams.
Currently, Chamaine is an officer on the Board of Directors of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Oakland/Bay Area Chapter, as the 3rd Vice President. She is also an active member of the Oakland African American Chamber of Commerce.
Partial client list: 100 Black Men of the Bay Area, Kazan, McClain, Satterley & Greenwood Law Firm, Marriott Hotels brand, Museum of the African Diaspora, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., SF Achievers, Tides Foundation, W Hotel brands, Wells Fargo, to name a few.
Core Areas of Expertise
Brand Strategy | Brand Development | Graphic Design | Web Design & Development | Digital Marketing | Print Production | Digital Analysis
Oakland, CA 95607