CRISP Communications is a full service Advocacy, Media, Marketing, and Special Events firm.
278 Franklin Road, Suite 370
Brentwood, Tennessee 37027
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April 2, 2018
Supports design efforts across all client accounts including rebranding, promotional materials, social media graphics, and website development.
B.A. in Communications Design and B.A. in Spanish from Elon University
Nashville native, chocoholic and proud Hufflepuff. Enjoys spending time with friends, making lists, exercising, and curling up with a good book.
Leads design efforts including rebranding, promotional materials, social media graphics, and website development. Develops and manages communications strategy, earned media, public affairs, and special events.
B.A., Communication Arts and Political Science from the University of Alabama in Huntsville; M.B.A. from the University of North Alabama.
Huntsville Leadership Connect Class 20 Graduate; AUSA Executive Board Member; Wife and mother of four + one rescue pup.
Supports earned media, social media, digital marketing, and event planning to help clients communicate clearly with key stakeholders, the press, policymakers, and the public.
B.A. in Public Relations from the University of Florida
Country music enthusiast and advocate for breakfast for dinner any day! A Florida Gator who also loves her hometown Indiana Hoosiers.
Coordinates earned media, social media, digital marketing, and event planning to help clients communicate clearly with key stakeholders, the press, policymakers, and the public.
B.A. in Elementary Education from the University of Mississippi
Avid runner, lover of dogs, and the outdoors. Former MNPS teacher and current TNAchieves mentor who loves live music and walking with husband and Bichon Frise, Louie. Hotty Toddy!
B.A. in Strategic Communications and Public Relations from Bridgewater State University
Volunteering at Nashville Humane Association, exploring Music City, trying new restaurants, being active outdoors, and loving my rescue cat, Bella.
B.S in Communications from The University of Tennessee (Go Vols!)
Proudly calling Nashville home. Passionate about volunteering at animal shelters and traveling to unique places with family and friends.
Executes strategies of earned media, messaging, social media, and event planning to shape conversations with stakeholders, the press, policymakers, and the public.
B.S. in Journalism and Electronic Media from The University of Tennessee. GBO!
Serves as a tnAchieves mentor. Member of the Junior League of Nashville. Loves drawing and painting, reading, and binging Netflix with a glass of red wine.
Special event and client management professional, new business developer, and Special Census expert.
B.S. in Business Administration and International Business from the University of Tennessee
Proud cat mom! Passionate about being active and outdoors. Third consecutive year as a tnAchieves student mentor – and a regular volunteer with Hands On Nashville.
Crafts client’s message and tells their stories through words, images, and video on multiple platforms. Brings nearly a decade of broadcast news experience and provides expertise in pitching stories to the press and interview training.
B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Alabama
Volunteer & mentor at tnAchieves and Preston Taylor Ministries. Loves exploring Nashville, trying new restaurants and music, and cooking with husband, Ben. Proud mom of two cats!
Nearly 40 years experience managing or consulting with corporate, government, political, and non-profit organizations on public relations, communications, and public affairs initiatives.
B.A. in History and Political Science from The University of Tennessee.
Proud husband and father of three great kids – and thanks to marrying a cat lady, usually with a home full of kittens and grand-kittens
Advises and leads strategy, messaging, coalitions, issues advocacy, events, and media campaigns to resonate with and influence stakeholders, policymakers, the press and the public.
B.A. in Communications from The University of Tennessee. Go Vols!
Serves on the Alumni Advisory Board for UT’s School of Communications Studies. Graduate of Leadership Oak Ridge. Proud owner of three fur babies.
Oversees all financial operations, pays the bills, and keeps the lights on!
Masters of Accountancy, and a B.A. in Business Administration and Personnel Management, from The University of Tennessee.
Exercise hound, lover of history, books, travel, and cooking. An Idaho and Colorado girl ready to follow a good mountain trail anywhere.
Provides strategic advice and counsel, messaging development, reputation management, and issues advocacy support needed to successfully accomplish clients’ goals and objectives.
B.S. in Government from Berry College in Rome, Georgia
Advisory Board Chair for Young Professionals Society, led by the Beacon Center and America’s Future Foundation. Husband to Elizabeth. Dog Dad to Gusto. Craft beer connoisseur. Lone Georgia fan in an office full of Vols. Go Dawgs.
Crafts compelling messages and campaigns to help clients communicate their story and break through the media environment. Provides strategic guidance for crisis communications and reputation management.
B.A. in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin; MA in Communications from Johns Hopkins University
Loves good books, good food, and enjoying Music City with songwriter husband, Will, and sweet rescue dog, Cash.
Supports multiple account teams on various projects to ensure client satisfaction. Coordinates and executes all aspects of our monthly NashBash networking events.
B.A. in Communications from The University of Tennessee.
Participates in charitable events that force her to exercise. Holds a true passion for fashion and beauty. Loves to eat healthy – but loves ice cream more!
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