Nicole Morgan, APR
As reflected by Resolute’s service offerings, Nicole brings a unique, integrated perspective to meeting today’s business and organizational challenges. She leads the firm with more than 14 years of public relations and marketing experience having advised a wide range of industries including social services, healthcare, transportation, retail, technology and finance.
Nicole’s work and community involvement have been recognized with several awards such as the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Tulsa 40 from the Tulsa Business & Legal News, Professional of the Year and Young Professional of the Year from the Public Relations Society of America Tulsa chapter and numerous PRSA Silver Link and IABC Bronze Quill awards. She is also Accredited in Public Relations through the Public Relations Society of America.
An avid proponent of collaboration and community building, Nicole has given her time through several community boards, including Tulsa Ballet, the Forge, and Collegiate Hall. She also actively volunteers at Community Brookside and is a previous president of PRSA Tulsa.
Director of Business Development and Senior Account Executive
Lacey believes “success in the community leads to success in business” and approaches every project with this mindset. She primarily manages the firm’s non-profit and community engagement accounts in which she works with Resolute’s diverse team of PR professionals, marketers, and graphic designers to ensure brand standards are met and messaging remains consistent.
With public relations and marketing experience in both corporate and non-profit sectors, Lacey brings a strong sense of adaptability. Her strengths in client relations, community engagement, event coordination and public speaking provide an all-encompassing toolkit for clients looking to enhance their marketing approach within the community.
Lacey is a past recipient of “40 under 40” from Tulsa Business & Legal News and serves on the board of the Tulsa Press Club. She is also a member of Leadership Tulsa Class 55, a Mine Fellow and a former board member of TYPros, Tulsa Global Alliance and the TYPros Foundation.
Director of Operations and Senior Account Executive
Jennifer’s unique experiences in the fast-paced world of journalism make her a critical team member for media relations, crisis communications and brand awareness. Her ability to quickly pivot her clients’ public relations strategies ensures that our team’s work aligns with the client’s missions and challenges.
She has a diverse professional background where she has been responsible for everything from major nonprofit campaign fundraising and external media relations to executive producing news and lifestyle programs for daily broadcast.
In addition to volunteering her time with the YWCA, Jennifer has previously lended her expertise to organizations such as Oasis Adult Day Services, Friends of Hospice Foundation and Reading Partners as a Volunteer Reading Tutor.
Creative and innovative with an eye for detail, Julia has more than two decades of experience working in graphic design and office management. Julia’s strong suit is listening to the client and bringing their vision to life. She excels in organization, working at a fast pace and meeting deadlines.
At 10 years old, Julia caught the design bug when she learned calligraphy and began performing calligraphy work for local schools and churches. Her design career is wide-ranging and diverse. She has worked in the oilfield industry, for screen printing companies in Oklahoma and Texas, freelanced for a sign and banner company in Pennsylvania, which she purchased the sublimation and embroidery side of the business, and even worked on a movie filmed locally in Oklahoma. After working for several years at an independent marketing agency in Tulsa, Julia brings the knowledge of media buying, account management and production of commercials to Resolute PR along with her strength in design.
Julia says she approaches clients as if they are her friends, working to ensure she doesn’t let them down. Her goal is to assist the client by understanding and organizing their thoughts and ideas and translating that message into successful creative.
Kellie brings boundless enthusiasm and authenticity to her role as Account Coordinator. A quick learner, she jumps feet first into her clients’ industries so she can support our team’s Account Executives.
Kellie always finds new ways to bring value to Resolute’s work by studying our results. Whether she is writing social media content, creating digital ads or deploying email campaigns, she draws from her experiences and successes in marketing to achieve the best results for our clients.
Connection – it’s what draws us to others and drives new ideas. For Avery, PR became just that. Graduating from OSU with a degree in agricultural communications, she launched herself into the public relations industry. While working at a public relations agency in Oklahoma City, she expanded her experiences in creating social content, social media monitoring, event coverage and design.
In her role at Resolute, Avery supports Resolute clients with her love of digital marketing through social media content, influencer marketing, digital advertising and market research. It’s a field that’s ever-changing, and our clients are lucky to have her attention on the latest trends.
Digital Marketing Strategist
History major. Champion shot put and discus record holder. Pet sitting entrepreneur. Let’s see, we’re not even sure where or how to unwrap the enigma that is Bo Taylor, Digital Marketing Specialist. But here we are.
Truth be told, Bo has always had an interest in all things tech. He just took a wildly unexpected path to making it his career. Which more than explains his unique perspective when it comes to helping our clients with their online marketing efforts. From having a keen eye for design to navigating the ever-changing dynamics of online advertising to building effective email campaigns to SEO/SEM mastery, Bo’s digital savvy definitely delivers results.
Media Relations Strategist
From hiking in the hills of Myanmar to cart-wheeling in Samoa, Kristi Eaton enjoys visiting new places while being active. A storyteller at heart, she has written for The Associated Press, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Guardian and NBC News, among others.
Born and raised in Tulsa, Kristi has covered a wide range of topics – from refugees finding new homes in Oklahoma to a school teaching feminist principles in India. She has reported or conducted media work in Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, and the Pacific Rim.
She has been a Tulsa Artist Fellow for the past three years. She spent the first two years researching and writing about women and incarceration in Oklahoma. She is now creating a storytelling website about immigrants who have resettled in Tulsa and greater Oklahoma.
As a strategic communicator, she has earned media placement in The Associated Press, Thomson Reuters Foundation, Forbes, Next City, TechCrunch, Devex and other outlets. She volunteers with Kendall Whittier Main Street in Tulsa and is on the Public Relations Committee at Tulsa Honor Academy.
As the former editor for a city magazine, nobody’s work gets past Kayte without a keen eye for detail. Kayte Spillman is a writer, editor and communications strategist with more than 15 years of experience in journalism, media relations, public relations, internal and external communications, digital content development and social media strategy.
In addition to her time at the magazine where she wrote feature articles and managed the publication, Kayte worked for a multi-billion dollar regional financial institution where she created a media relations plans for eight different media markets, handled external media pitches for regional and national stories and conducted media training with financial executives.
Recognized with numerous awards from journalistic organizations, Kayte is also an adjunct professor at her alma mater, the Gaylord College of Journalism at the University of Oklahoma.
Kristi brings almost three decades of professional experience to her role as Resolute’s Executive Assistant.
Her broad background of experience as a first-grade grade teacher and small business accounting and operations manager give her a unique perspective to managing the needs of Resolute’s team. Her philosophy is to have a servant’s heart, and she strives to serve others in both her personal and professional life.
Kristi currently serves on the board of the Brandon Magalassi Memorial Scholarship Foundation, where she works to promote suicide prevention awareness and mental health advocacy. In addition, she is a tutor with Reading Partners in Tulsa, The Adult Literacy Program, as well as a volunteer with St Francis Children’s Hospital.