Mangan Holcomb Partners and its sister company, Team SI, won awards in 32 of 41 categories at the Public Relations Society of America's ARCom Awards in Little Rock. Read More »
Mangan Holcomb Partners and its sister company, Team SI, named four new directors, all part of the senior leadership team. Whitney Burgess has been named director of digital strategy, Jessica Duff has been named director of TraDigital strategy, Lauren Farabough has been named director of healthcare strategy and John Morgan has been named director of analytics. Read More »
Morris has more than 40 years of marketing experience in a variety of industries. Her specialties include media planning and negotiation, local market activation, added value negotiation, client relations, account management, budget management, product and campaign strategy and implementation, media relations, crisis management and event management.
Prior to joining MHP, Morris worked with clients such as, McDonald’s, Dillard’s, the Tunica Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Hot Springs Advertising and Promotion Commission.
Morris is the past president of the Arkansas Advertising Federation, and has served as a board member for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Arkansas and the Hugh O’Brien Youth Foundation.
About Mangan Holcomb Partners
Established in 1972, MHP is a fully integrated communications firm providing clients with results-oriented strategies for marketing, advertising, public relations and online/digital. For more than 40 years, MHP has represented local, national and international brands in the agriculture, arts, banking, government, healthcare, higher education, nonprofit, technology, tourism and transportation industries. MHP is a longtime member of the prestigious American Association of Advertising Agencies.
The Board of Directors of the Gaines House, a local nonprofit that serves homeless women in Arkansas, will honor Leslie Rutledge, Arkansas Attorney General, with the 2018 Sandra Wilson Cherry Award. The award will be presented on Feb. 8, 2018 and is named after the late Sandra Wilson Cherry, the former president of the Gaines House board who was an Assistant United States Attorney and the first woman to serve as president of the Arkansas Bar Association. Read More »
“We are proud of the work we do for each of our clients, and this recognition for Arkansas 529 is the same,” said Sharon Tallach Vogelpohl, Principal/President at MHP/Team SI. “It is an honor to be recognized as we continue to break the mold and be intentionally inventive in the 529 industry.”
In an effort to promote the Arkansas 529 program, the state Office of Treasurer launched a Coloring for College initiative during National Save for College Month. The goal was to increase the number of accounts and secure participation in 25 Arkansas counties. Through a variety of grassroots public relations efforts, the campaign resulted in entries from 49 counties and increased new assets to more than $30 million over the prior year.
For its work with the office, the agency received a Prism Award in the category Community Relations – Nonprofit. It received another eight awards as well: Read More »