OCG PR Names Chief Strategy Officer, Adds New Digital and Creative Talent

A talented new leader joins one of Dallas-Fort Worth’s fastest growing public relations and strategic communications agencies. Raquel Daniels, a dynamic and strategic storyteller for brands in the general market and multicultural space, joins OCG PR to provide her leading expertise as chief strategy officer. Her expertise will add an additional strategic layer of leadership that will continue to meet the firm’s growing demand for exceptional client service.

At OCG PR, Daniels leads the agency’s client service and strategy across its public engagement, public relations, digital and creative departments.

Daniels joins the agency from a Dallas-based marketing and media agency, where she was most recently vice president of diversity and multicultural marketing. For more than 15 years she has created innovative strategic communications and media campaigns, transforming the way Fortune 500 brands connect with consumers.

Named one of Black Enterprise’s 2013 Top Women Executives in Marketing and Advertising, Daniels is credited with pioneering 150 strategic multicultural marketing programs and engagements for some of the largest brands in the U.S., including Southwest Airlines and Blockbuster.

In addition to OCG PR’s latest addition of strategic leadership, the agency welcomes two talented new hires to its creative and digital departments.

Justin Adu leads the creative and art direction for OCG PR. As art director, Adu provides out-of-the box creative solutions for clients. His artistic expertise has touched many major corporate brands such as Pizza Hut, T-Mobile, Coca-Cola, 7-Eleven, Atlanta Hawks, CNN and more.

Robert Cox is OCG PR’s newest digital team addition.Cox serves as the liaison between digital and public engagement to deliver strategies and tactics that engage and get results for the agency’s public sector clients. Before joining OCG PR, Cox served as the public information officer for Fort Worth’s Mayor and City Council. In this role, he made monumental strides in the digital space for the city and its elected officials.

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