Congratulations to Wyatt Design Group team members Naomi Conners and Andrea Randall on their recent promotions.  Naomi Conners has been upped to Vice President of Operations and Andrea Randall to Director, Creative Resources. Naomi has been with Wyatt Design Group since 2006 handling finance, operations and human resources. Andrea, who originally worked with Larry Wyatt at Warner Bros. Recreational Services, joined WDG just over a year ago as Manager, Project Controls, and has recently been promoted to Director, Creative Resources.


Naomi Conners – Vice President of Operations

As the longest standing employee at Wyatt Design Group, Naomi handles all finance, human resources, and general office administration.  Hailing from Long Island, New York, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Queens College, City University of New York, Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa.  Naomi joined the team in 2006, bringing with her over 35 years of administrative experience in the insurance, retail, property development, and themed entertainment industries.


Andrea Randall – Director, Creative Resources

Andrea Randall handles the in-house workflow of the creative process from initial bid through all phases of design to final delivery of the project deliverables.  In addition, Andrea is responsible for all sourcing and recruitment of freelance artists and designers. Her versatile background in the attractions industry includes various positions: technical director at Buena Vista Special Events, manager at Walt Disney Imagineering, event production at Universal Studios Hollywood, business affairs at Landmark Entertainment Group, and project and design management at Scenery West. She then had stints at various companies as a project manager, production manager, operations manager, and management consultant. With a Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude with Honors degree and Presidential Scholar from the Department of Theatre, CUNY at Brooklyn College, followed by classes at Studio and Forum of Stage Design, Andrea began her career putting her stage skills to use for the New York Opera at Lincoln Center. She then went on as Technical Director for Dance with the 1984 Olympics Arts Festival in Los Angeles, prior to her entrance into themed entertainment.