The Seattle Times reaches 1.8 million adults in King and Snohomish counties.
We engage readers across print and digital platforms with thoughtful, independent, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism.
From broad reach to strategically targeted populations tailored to fit your business,
The Seattle Times is your partner for integrated marketing solutions. We deliver your message via print, digital, mobile, direct mail, promotions and small business marketing, and get results.
Meet the sales and marketing team whose business acumen, advertising savvy and marketing expertise can help you reach your target audience.
Vice President of Advertising
An Omak native who joined us in early 2017, Gary has been described as “a data guy who learned to sell.” Gary has a Computer Science degree from Eastern Washington University, and decades of experience in news media, most recently as the Vice President of Advertising at The News & Observer Publishing Company in Raleigh-Durham, N.C.
Local Sales Director
Amber Aldrich leads The Seattle Times’ retail, classified and new business development teams. Prior to joining The Times in 2014, she worked at The Bellingham Herald, a McClatchy newspaper, most recently as the advertising and marketing director. As a small market manager and director, she wore many hats, including print, digital and targeted marketing sales leadership, marketing, operations, product development and more. Aldrich has a BA in Journalism from the University of Kansas, and started her career as a reporter and marketing writer at the Statesman Journal in Salem, Ore.
Manager, Major/National Sales/Target Marketing/Staff Development
After a 15-year career in law enforcement, which included positions as patrolman and administrative sergeant, Tom transitioned to the Yellow Pages industry. In his new career, he worked his way up from a telephone sales position to acting director. In March, 2015, Tom joined The Seattle Times to lead sales teams across our entire suite of advertising products.
Regional Sales Manager
With experience on both the the media buying and selling side, Kelly leads a dedicated team focused on advanced digital products, including search engine marketing, targeted display and social advertising. She joined The Seattle Times in 2013 after almost 20 years at The Everett Herald, where she oversaw strategic management of their digital operations, including supervision of product development, revenue, marketing and outreach efforts for five company websites.
Laura McAdoo oversees the creative team supporting sales, marketing and digital initiatives at The Seattle Times. Previously, she led user experience design and creative services at InfoSpace Search and Directory as Director of Creative, and at 2WAY Corporation as Director of Creative Services and Online Initiatives. McAdoo earned her BA in art from Carleton College and MFA from the University of Pennsylvania.
Director of Strategic Partnerships
Suzanne Canino has more than 25 years of experience in strategic planning, brand management, marketing, product launches, promotions, corporate giving, media relations and leadership development. In her current role, Canino works with clients to enhance their marketing strategy through sponsorships, events, and content marketing with The Seattle Times. By leveraging our media assets for advertising clients through unique partnerships, clients see increased visibility and improved results.
Market Research Analyst
Steve Fuller has more than 15 years of experience in Puget Sound-specific market analysis. In his current role, Fuller helps develop market strategy, provides segmentation analysis to aid advertising in targeting audiences for a wide range of local and national clients, develops presentations and maps everything under sun, from store locations to expenditures by ZIP code. Fuller began his research career at The News Tribune in Tacoma before calling The Seattle Times home.