Marysia Walker


Marysia is a "go to" for all things creative. What's more, she will ensure your projects stay on budget, on time and on expectation.

A Top Creative

Marysia has designed or directed dozens of national award-winning pieces in print, advertising, direct, brand and digital marketing.

Community Leader

Along with WORXer and COO Julee Busalacchi and Greg Jacobi of Webster Bank, Marysia created the Emerging Leaders organization for the United Way of Greater Waterbury – a group of over 100 young professionals under age 40 who aspire to make the community better through philanthropy, volunteerism and advocacy.

Marysia has designed three album covers for two-time Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter Michael Bolton.

Marysia loves waterskiing, biking, yoga, boating... anything active, really... and designed the first fitness website for Oprah's personal trainer.

Growing up with a love of gymnastics, Walker won a gold medal in the vault at the 1988 National Polish Falcons of America competition.


  • Marysia is approaching two decades with WORX where she oversees brand messaging, design strategy, and creative for many client partners.
  • Marysia has diverse experiences over her 20+ years in marketing – having served as creative director and designer for top brands including PEZ, BiC, ESPN, Iron Mountain, Special Olympics, FedEx, and ASSA ABLOY.
  • Walker is active in the design and local community – serving as a Board member for AIGA CT and has been very involved in the United Way of Greater Waterbury, having co-founded and co-chaired the Emerging Leaders Group, was a member of their 40 Under 40, is currently a member of the Leavenworth Society, and has led fundraising initiatives, including the 2017 revival of the Bed Races.
  • Marysia graduated from Southern Connecticut State University (New Haven, CT) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Fine Art with a Specialtization in Graphic Design and a Minor in Computer Science.
  • Marysia resides in Shelton, CT, with her husband Rich and cats Daisy, Buddy and Casanova.