Grant Copeland


For many of the agency's top client partners, Grant leads marketing strategy, branding and content development with an all-in approach. He's not just shaking hands and kissing babies; he's doing the work.

A Top Creative

Grant was named one of Graphic Design USA magazine's People to Watch as "someone who is helping shape the design profession."

Grant was selected to The 25 List by Connecticut Creatives as one of the state's top marketing communications creatives.

Grant is obsessed with sushi. Ob-sessed. He admits to dreaming of eating it every meal – or having it intravenously put into his body.

Grant and his daughter Ella co-chaired the second-highest grossing campaign in United Way of Greater Waterbury history.

Grant has been a youth basketball and baseball coach for several years, teaching kids the fundamentals of each sport – and of sportsmanship.


  • Copeland is regarded as one of the country's top brand and creative strategists – having won dozens of awards in branding, identity, print, advertising, web, television, radio, video, packaging and environmental design.
  • Grant's brand strategies have transformed organizations and impacted millions of dollars in new revenue.
  • In 2011, Copeland was selected by Hartford Business Journal as one of its 40 Under Forty for "showing significant success in his career, a passion for what he does and a dedication to community involvement."
  • Grant has developed and designed campaigns for some of the world's best brands – including AT&T, ESPN, FedEx, IBM, Iron Mountain and Holiday Inn.
  • Copeland's work has been featured in publications such as USA Today and Sports Illustrated, and at events ranging from international conferences to the Super Bowl.
  • Prior to WORX, Copeland was a Partner of i2i Creative, a successful creative and design agency he co-founded at age 23 and merged with WORX in 2005.
  • Grant and his 12-year old daughter, Ella, co-chaired the 2018/2019 United Way of Greater Waterbury campaign, raising over $4 million – the second-highest fundraising amount in the organization's 77-year history.
  • Copeland created a new United Way organization called UPSTARTERS® – an ambitious initiative aimed at exposing youth across a 10-town region to the needs of the community, and getting them actively involved in the resource-raising.
  • Grant also serves on the Board of Directors, Campaign Leadership Council, and is a former Chairperson of the Communications Advisory Council, for United Way.
  • Copeland earned a Bachelor's degree in Fine Art at Skidmore College (Saratoga Springs, NY). He was a four-year starter and captain of the Skidmore baseball team, earning All-Conference and All-New York selections his senior year. During that year, he was scouted by the Philadelphia Phillies.
  • Grant is one of only 22 athletes in Skidmore history to earn Academic All-American honors.
  • He was also inducted into the Portland (CT) Sports Hall of Fame.
  • Grant lives in Guilford, CT, with his wife Meghan, daughter Ella, son Adam and dogs Peanut and Champ.