Responding to client demand, OCG PR has added media buying to its list of services and hired two new team members. “OCG PR is poised for growth in 2016, and we work in an ever-changing industry,” noted company founder and president Tonya Veasey, “We want to ensure we are providing clients with a complete list of services and the best people to implement them.”

Jamie Brown joins OCG PR as vice president of strategic communication. Prior to opening her own PR firm in 2008, she was public relations director at JPS Health Network.

Brown began her career in television news and, after a stint in smaller markets, held positions in local newsrooms including WFAA and KTVT. “OCG PR’s focus on multicultural and cause marketing aligns with my personal value system,” she says. “I’m excited to be working with clients who are making a difference in education, construction, transportation and health care.”

Donald Stanislaus has more than 30 years in media buying and is OCG’s new director of media buying. His work experience includes employment at The Richards Group and Southwest Media Group, among other media firms. He also spent 10 years as an adjunct professor at Southern Methodist University. Stanislaus has planned and negotiated multimillion-dollar campaigns for numerous high-profile companies, including Pizza Hut, Motel 6, MetroPCS, Dillard’s and Honey Baked Ham.

“Media buying is about getting clients in front of their target audiences as many times as possible in as many ways as possible within a finite budget and time frame,” he says. “Today we have more mediums than ever before, and clients want to work with experienced people they can trust.”



About OCG PR

Founded in 2005 in Fort Worth, Texas, OCG PR ( is a minority woman-owned full-service public relations and marketing firm. O’Dwyer’s, a leading authority on the industry, ranked the company the sixth largest PR firm in Texas. Previous and current clients include AT&T, Bell Helicopter, the city of Fort Worth, GamTex Industries and the Tarrant Regional Water District.

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