A Nashville native and account executive at MP&F Public Relations, Will balances management and teamwork for clients in public affairs and corporate industries. He joined the firm in 2013.
Will currently works for clients including Expedia/HomeAway, The Nashville Public Library Foundation, the National Museum of African American Music, the United States Department of Labor’s Job Corps Program and the Nashville Boat Show. He has strong experience in media and community relations, event planning, messaging, and digital media strategy.
Will also spearheads MP&F’s internal website development team. Working with web developers and graphic designers, Will and the team recently upgraded MP&F’s website to match current SEO and user experience trends. He is certified in Google Analytics and Google AdWords, which he uses to help clients optimize lead generation, expand their reach and grow their businesses.
In his free time, he writes a free weekly newsletter about Nashville politics, business and culture called The Nashville Note. He enjoys rock climbing and riding his bike to local parks and back roads on the weekends. Will is also a member of the Nashville PRSA chapter.
Prior to joining MP&F, Will worked on the re-election campaign of U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper in 2012, and provided digital media consulting for Uloop, a network of online marketplaces and university news websites for college students. He graduated from the University of Tennessee in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology.
Nonfiction: “Where Good Ideas Come From, The Natural History of Innovation” by Steven Johnson
Fiction: “Neverwhere” by Neil Gaiman