Crystal McKenzie, Inc. is a New York City advertising agency notably instrumental in staging The Corning Museum of Glass exhibitions "Glass of the Alchemists: Lead Crystal-Gold Ruby, 1650-1750" (2008), "Robert Willson: A Texan in Venice" (2003), and "Art and Design in Italian Glass" (2000), as well as The Museum of the City of New York's study of contemporary black culture "Black Style Now" (2006). The agency was one of the first design firms to engage in environmental graphic design.
Corporate clients include IBM, AT&T, AXA, Corning Incorporated, Pfizer, Sanofi Pasteur, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Columbia University Medical Center and Princeton University.
The agency's Chief Executive Officer is Crystal McKenzie. A graduate of The Cooper Union, she also studied at Universita Cattolica di Milano. She was named US Chamber of Commerce's "Woman Business Owner of the Year" in 1983.