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About Carrie Morgan – digital marketing consultant and speaker
Carrie Morgan is a 25+ year veteran of agency and corporate marketing for impressive companies like American Express Financial, Fidelity National Title, Healthways, Sun Health, Keller Williams, Horizon Community Bank and the Better Business Bureau.
She has a unique background of strategy, branding and public relations that directly benefits her online tactics. Her talent for blending curiosity with critical thinking allows her to think objectively while questioning assumptions and evaluating a client’s business model and customer base… all essential components to create an effective marketing strategy.
Carrie has been an independent consultant since 2008 with a solid reputation for impressive work and a low maintenance manner. Learn more about her expertise here.
Author of the two-time award winning book, Above The Noise (Motivational Press. 2016), Carrie is co-moderator of the largest local Facebook group for PR professionals in the country. She is also past moderator of #PRprochat – one of the industry’s largest and longest-running Twitter chats for public relations professionals that reached upward of three million timelines each month until 2016, with guests that included Jay Baer, Ann Handley, Gini Dietrich, Shonali Burke and other industry leaders.
She is a past member of the Author’s Guild, Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), American Marketing Agency (AMA) and Arizona Interactive Marketing Association (AZIMA).
Carrie has served locally in Arizona on the boards of directors for the Girls Rule Foundation, Environmental Fund For Arizona and the Green Chamber of Commerce, and volunteered for Beer For Brains Foundation in support of her father, who passed away in 2016 from glioblastoma multiforme brain cancer.
Who am I? I’ve lived in Phoenix, Arizona, for more than 25 years now, but miss the lush, green woods of the Pacific Northwest, where I grew up (Seattle, right at the bottom of Capital Hill).
I’m currently learning how to be an empty nester and consider it an opportunity for “Carrie 2.0.” We’ll see what happens!
I’m left-handed, a fraternal twin, an introvert who recharges my batteries through quilting and reading, a single woman still looking for the love of my life, and a coffee freak who collects t-shirts from local coffee shops when I travel.
I’m tremendously passionate about my work and my writing, and fiercely dedicated to my clients, but still trying to master the whole idea of “work-life balance.” Is it a myth?