We are delighted to announce Adriana Generallo as our new President, marking a significant milestone in our nearly 20-year journey. This appointment ushers in a new era for Big Sea as we continue our nearly two-decade-long legacy of leading in digital marketing and web design across the nation.
Adriana began her journey with Big Sea in 2012, initially captivating us with her talents as a digital designer. It wasn’t long before her passion for collaboration and leadership shone through, propelling her from spearheading our creative vision to serving as VP of Client Experience. Adriana’s philosophy centers on deeply listening to our clients, from solo entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 companies, ensuring we fully grasp their unique perspectives and needs. This approach has been key to motivating our account teams to deliver Big Sea’s highest quality of service.
Renowned for her strategic insight and creative flair, Adriana has been instrumental in driving successful digital projects, fostering significant client relationships, and embodying Big Sea’s commitment to community engagement.
Her dynamic leadership and unwavering resolve have catapulted Big Sea to new successes, seamlessly succeeding Rob Kane who departed in 2023.
On her appointment, Generallo shares, “Leading Big Sea is a privilege and an incredible opportunity for me to bring everything I’ve learned from multiple corners of the business to this position. With my drive to learn and serve others, I have faith that I will build on the success of the past 19 years. I’m ready to drive our growth, cultivate deeper relationships, and craft digital experiences that truly mirror our clients’ impact.”
Big Sea CEO, Andi Graham, comments, “Adriana embodies the heart and intellect of Big Sea. Her appointment as President is a natural and celebrated choice. She is deeply trusted by our clients and team for her unique blend of skill and empathy. Under her leadership, Big Sea will thrive.”
With Generallo at the helm, Big Sea is poised to amplify its impact, guiding community-centric organizations to make even greater waves.