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September 12, 2018
“There are just a few positions like this in the world”
By Betsy O’Connell
Sue Wadden loves painting. It wouldn’t be unusual for her husband to leave the house—say, for a concert—and when he returns to find an entire room in a new color.
As director of color marketing at Sherwin-Williams, Wadden, a 1998 Cleveland Institute of Art graduate, has plenty of inspiration for her serial home painting projects. She is responsible for the overall vision and philosophy for color leadership and leading world color trend forecasting for the corporation.
Her office is a light-filled room popping with color. Dozens of recent magazine issues form two lines...continue reading
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College ranking sites note CIA excellence
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