Rich Whitesell

SmarterCMS Specialist

Rich Whitesell

SmarterCMS Specialist

ABOUT ME

Rich Whitesell, Envative’s SmarterCMS Specialist, Graduated from Nazareth College of Rochester in 2005 earning a degree in Studio Art with a concentration in graphic design and illustration. Rich has been building award winning websites, emails, and designing collateral as an Art Director for a local marketing firm, a marketing specialist for a local technology sales company, and a volunteer lending his skills to local environmental causes. As Envative’s SmarterCMS Specialist, Rich continues to combine his creative, technical, and SEO skills to design and build websites within our Smarter CMS, Kentico. Rich was born and raised in the Rochester area and continues to live here with his Wife and Daughter. 

INTERESTING OR FUN FACTS
Rich is an unabashed nerd. Ask him about his comic book collection.
FAVORITE QUOTE
“The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds; and the pessimist fears this is true.”

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Julie Swatling

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Matt Bridges

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Paul Campbell

Technical Project Leader

Daniel Petito

Technical Project Lead

Carlos Hernández Gamboa

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Rich Whitesell

SmarterCMS Specialist

Junpeng Chang

Web Designer

Garrett Shearer

Software Engineer

Clay Herendeen

Software Engineer

Vishal Goradia

Software Engineer

Adam Reese

Software Engineer

Ryan King

Software Engineer

Nick Curatalo

Quality Assurance Testing

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  • Rochester, NY 14605
  • T: (585) 327-5640
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