Camille Norman

Eric Lancaster

Eric

Rob Bell

Rob

Isaac Alexander

Isaac’s artistic talents as both a graphic designer and illustrator (an uncommon lethal weapon) have helped clients win multiple local, regional and national awards and, even better, stand out from the proverbial pack.

Stephanie Brown

It takes a lot to throw Stephanie off of her game. She handles the deadlines and challenges of account management with steady grace, and is ready to cheer on her clients with every success.

Amanda Cook

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Emily Davis

Emily

April Fatula

April has more than 12 years of experience & leads ERI’s media relations efforts, pitching local, regional & national media on topics ranging from health care to hospitality to retail.

Kristie Flynn

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Tawni Haley

Tawni has a story about everything & she can tell a story about anything. Tawni has a knack for developing a spot-on voice for each client. going beyond a simple sales message to really resonate with audiences.

Ben Johnson

Ben

Destin Layton

A Georgia native, Destin developed an appreciation for pop culture and design in and around Atlanta. As a college athlete, long-time coach and outdoorsman, he brings great energy and attitude – as well as natural talent – to the ERI design team.

Fisher Martin

FisherMartin

Camille Norman

Camille

Joe Osborne

JoeOsborne

Molly Anne Sandefur

MollyAnneSandefur

Amy Scholtes

Amy

Taylor Stokes

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Chelsea Whelpley

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Erin Wilson

Erin

Camille Norman

Media Director

If marketing had an engineering division, Camille would run it. She identifies optimal media platforms and proportions to best meet campaign objectives, reach target audiences and maximize budgets. Research, strategy development, media buying and billing, negotiation – it’s all in Camille’s wheelhouse. Her computer skills rival any IT department, and she makes the most of top media planning and buying tools. Google AdWords certification? Of course. Before joining the ERI team, Camille served as the senior media planner/buyer for a large agency in Little Rock. She and her husband Blake have a young son, Will. When she’s not designing solutions here, you might find Camille on the soccer field with a local league. This “tomboy in a dress” took to the sport at 5 years old and played competitively throughout high school. She eventually accepted a soccer scholarship for the University of Arkansas, moving from California to play there throughout college. The slide tackle is her signature move.