Fingerpaint taps Candi Luciano to lead Scottsdale creative team

Candi Luciano (submitted photo)

Candi Luciano (submitted photo)

Fingerpaint, a full-service marketing agency with offices in Arizona, Pennsylvania and New York, has named Candi Luciano to build, expand and lead its Scottsdale-based creative team.

Ms. Luciano brings nearly two decades of marketing experience to Fingerpaint, where she will nurture and provide strategic leadership for the agency’s creative team in its Scottsdale office.

She brings to the role a professional pedigree that includes a commitment to a performance-driven culture, personable and thoughtful leadership, and creativity, according to a press release.

Ms. Luciano is an accomplished brand strategist with a particular finesse in the digital realm who has found success working in both the consumer and healthcare sectors.

She joins Fingerpaint after holding several high-level creative positions in the Phoenix area, most recently serving as vice president of leadership design for Infusionsoft, where she crafted creative strategies to foster an internal culture that valued inspired personal and professional growth, the release stated. As a onetime entrepreneur, Ms. Luciano has an affinity for aiding in the success of small businesses and ultimately transforming their results.

Ms. Luciano earned her bachelor’s degree at Northern Illinois University.

“Candi emanates creativity while still embracing and appreciating performance measurements,” said Michelle Olson, who runs the Scottsdale office, in the release. “Her energy, her leadership style and her commitment to developing and maintaining a culture that thrives on growth and collaboration are absolutely key as our team continues to expand.”

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