Lesa Linster is the owner of Linster Creative, a full-spectrum marketing, PR, digital, and creative agency in Seattle. With more than 20 years’ experience in brand development, media relations, strategic marketing, and events, she now works with both for profit and nonprofit companies. She gained experience working for bedrock Seattle entities such as The Seattle Mariners, MSNBC, The Seattle Times, University of Washington, and The Moyer Foundation.

Lesa has spent her career managing strategic growth and development for products and initiatives, spearheading program, fundraising, and awareness efforts in more than 40 cities and nationwide. Her clients have been found on the TODAY Show, CNN, NBC, ABC, ESPN, MSNBC, The Travel Channel, Food & Wine, Bon Appetit, GQ, Travel & Leisure, Outside, Sunset, The New York Times, Real Simple, Seattle Magazine, Seattle Met and many more. She has developed events of all scale in cities across the country, including Seattle, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Chicago, Miami, Boston, Atlanta, and Dallas.

Today Lesa’s focus is working with clients to expand their reach, develop brand partnerships, engage customers, share stories and drive sales through new and creative paths. Linster Creative has designed, developed and launched multiple websites; assisted in the opening of a number of restaurants and hotels; developed and managed countless marketing, PR and social media campaigns; and produced promotional videos for clients.

Lesa holds a BA in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Washington and additionally trained at the School of Visual Concepts. She supports multiple local and national non-profit organizations and sits on the board of Richard Sherman’s Blanket Coverage Foundation.

Lanie Mullally is the younger sister of Lesa and the latest addition to the Linster Creative team, bringing over a decade of experience from the corporate sector.

Lanie spent the last 10 years exploring both the art and science of retail and fashion in the corporate offices of Nordstrom. She held multiple roles across the company throughout her career, including Division Product Coordinator, Merchandise Financial Planner, and Education Developer.

Lanie is excited to make the career change into Marketing and looks forward to executing the highest level of customer service for the Linster Creative clients.

Lanie holds a BA in Psychology with a minor in Communication from the University of Arizona. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, pilates, calligraphy, and exploring her neighborhood of Magnolia with her husband and dog.