Todd's Dream Jeopardy Categories:
Indiana | Movie Trivia | U.S. Presidents | Civil War | Run This, Not That | A Good Walk Spoiled | Baseball
Todd Rhoda is often called on by a who’s who of financial, energy, cosmetic and brand headliners to give order to the disorder of their messaging, sites and logos.
He is the Managing Partner of CorchiaWolinerRhoda and is responsible for the day-to-day running of the firm, its creative direction and technology.
In the course of a diverse 30-year career in all aspects of design, web development, advertising and marketing, Todd has proven to be a skilled executive, a deft creative/technical director and an adroit trouble-shooter for clients as diverse as: Rolex, Elliott Management, Elizabeth Arden, SunnyD, Sentinel, Toyota, Lazard, Hertz, American Express and Business Week. Todd’s understanding of creative direction, coupled with his knowledge of complex programming and database systems make him unique in the design community. He has a strong reputation in client management and takes pride in the long-term commitment from many of the firm’s clients.
The clean "modern-conservative" style that has proven so successful for the firm and its clients over the years is at the center of his design direction as is the supervision of the customized content management system that clients use to service their own sites after launch.
His expertise is taking tangled messages and information from clients and turning them into clean, intelligent, easy-to-understand web sites, logos, and collateral.
Todd came to the firm from PaineWebber in 1990 where he was a Divisional Vice President in the advertising department. He worked on the "Thank You, PaineWebber" national campaign as well as branch advertising and sports marketing.
He, along with Ellen Woliner, form a strong and experienced management nucleus.
Two nights a week is an adjunct professor in website design and website programming at the Shintaro Akatsu School of Design (SASD) at the University of Bridgeport.
Todd is a graduate of Indiana University.