Allow Us to Introduce Ourselves

Dotted Line Collaborations is a full-service advertising and branding agency, solving big brand problems from our headquarters in Richmond, Virginia. We are tight-knit group of advertising and branding leaders whose experience ranges from big, global companies to small, scrappy start-ups. Though we have every personality from wild and crazy to graceful and tough, every single one of us loves plunging headfirst into branding challenges and then creating our way out of them. We’re excited to meet you, and even more excited to meet your brand.

Our Core Team

Karen Grimm

Karen Grimm
Senior Strategist

The key to successful marketing is to ground your campaign in an innovative and thought-provoking strategy. That’s where Karen Grimm comes in. Karen helps Dotted Line clients realize their most authentic business and branding strategies so they can succeed in today’s rapidly changing environment. This requires assessing a host of factors from the company’s culture to market forces, as well as discovering and articulating the emotional authenticity of people’s motivations – both inside the company and beyond. When these align, that’s when magic happens.

Karen has been creating innovative brand strategies for companies like GEICO, Discovery Health Channel, VCU and Virginia Lottery for over 25 years. Previously, she acted as both the President, and Senior Strategist at Siddall, Inc.; helping clients from Fortune 500 companies to non-profits establish authentic brands. At the Martin Agency and Arnold Worldwide, Karen was a management supervisor, overseeing teams as they developed and executed marketing and brand plans. Karen also holds Masters of Education, which allows her to pair technical training with branding skills, developing new ways to help organizations define their culture and through this create a genuine, connective brand.

Karen has lived all over the world including England and Switzerland, before landing in the United States. She enjoys training for races, spending time on the water in her sea kayak and having fun with her son Andrew now that he has officially left the Marine Corps Band.