Laughlin Constable names Allison Henley-Kehm, SVP, Head of People and Culture

Laughlin Constable, the independent, full-service brand experiences agency, announced it has named Allison Henley-Kehm as SVP, Head of People and Culture. The position is an integral leadership role focused on the agency’s most valuable resource – its staff and the culture in which they work that drives strategy, creativity and results. 

“We’re really excited to add Allison to our leadership team, and as expected, she has hit the ground running,” said Anthony Romano, CEO of Laughlin Constable. “She’s a true pro, who has that perfect mix of experience helping agencies navigate and adapt through growth, building strong cultures, advising leadership teams, and championing talent development. We’re lucky to have her.” 


Henley-Kehm previously worked at Gorilla Group (acquired by Wunderman Thompson, now VML), Hitachi Consulting and most recently Upside. 

She began at Laughlin Constable in April 2024. The role is new in title and scope at the Midwest agency, which recently was named agency of record for national retailer True Value, and creative agency of record for leading supplement company Nordic Naturals, as well as won a 2024 Clio Award, Effie Award, and MediaPost Creative Media Award for its work with the national non-profit the ASPCA. 

Laughlin Constable is a Midwest independent agency that helps to create personal experience brands by fusing excellence in strategic intelligence, brand creativity, media context, and connected experiences to create modern work that moves people. The agency, founded in 1976, has offices in Chicago and Milwaukee. Current and recent clients include: True Value, Nordic Naturals, Yuengling, Master Lock, Vienna Beef, Milwaukee Bucks, Northwestern Medicine, Hoosier Lottery, The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), Wisconsin Department of Tourism, UScellular, and others.