Kathie Fulgham Named Public Relations Director For Southside Creative Group

Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Kathie Fulgham, new public relations director for Southside Creative Group
Kathie Fulgham, new public relations director for Southside Creative Group

Southside Creative Group has hired Kathie Fulgham as its Public Relations Director. Ms. Fulgham will be responsible for public relations and media relations initiatives, as well as technical writing in support of Southside Creative Group’s business plan and objectives for its regional clients. 


“Kathie has extensive experience in generating creative strategies, events and writing that have garnered regional, national and even international attention,” said Ronelle Sellers, Managing Partner for Southside Creative Group.  “We very much look forward to her creative interchanges with our clients that will help them reach the full depth of their marketing potential.”


Prior to joining Southside Creative, Ms. Fulgham served as Projects Manager to Chattanooga Mayor Ron Littlefield and as Communications Manager for the Tennessee Aquarium and IMAX 3D Theater.  She also worked for highly respected educational institutions: Rice University, Texas A&M University, the Lone Star College District and South Texas College of Law. 


Ms. Fulgham serves on the board of directors for Family Promise of Greater Chattanooga, the Hamilton County Department of Education Fund for Excellence, the Houston Museum of Decorative Arts and as an advisory board member of the Challenger Center for Space Science Education.


She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Communications and English from Austin Peay State University.


For additional information, please call 702-7253.




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