Meg Reggie has 31 years of corporate, government, medical and consumer brand
communications experience. Based in Atlanta the past 25 years, Meg is known best
for creating, making and facilitating connections.
She began MR-PR in August, 2004, and enjoys a client list including Emeril's Atlanta,
Spanx by Sara Blakely, Blue MedSpa, Oculus Plastic Surgery, Atlanta Institute for
Facial Aesthetic Surgery, Atlanta Dental Spa, Judith Ripka at Tassels, Spa Sydell,
Domino's Pizza, L. A. Stein jewelry, Jeffrey Atlanta, Versace, Intimacy, Georgia
Public Television and many more.
A former television news reporter/anchor and prime time show host, Meg is an
effective communicator with a vast social, civic, philanthropic, business and media network. An experienced message
development and media training professional, Meg has worked with corporate executives to develop and implement
communications strategy, targeted campaigns and branded events.
Most recently vice president of consumer brands at Edelman Atlanta, Meg worked with Fortune 100 companies and
internationally-known brands to enhance reputation and increase product awareness. As director of marketing and
public relations for Atlanta Magazine, in 1997, Meg launched the redesign of the monthly lifestyle publication and
implemented a targeted communication plan, resulting in a measurable increase in advertising and circulation.
Before Atlanta Magazine, Meg served for ten years as a spokesperson and media relations specialist for Southern
Company's operating company, Georgia Power. She was director of public relations for Georgia Baptist Medical Center,
where she organized a team of physician spokespersons that resulted in more than 100 positive medical stories in
less than a year. Prior to that, Meg was press secretary to Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards, and founded the Association
of State Communicators – an organization of all state agency public information officers.
Meg has served on the Boards of Breast Friends, Inc., DIFFA Atlanta, the Atlanta Press Club and The HAY Fund, and
onthe Advisory Boards of EarthShare of Georgia and Atlanta Woman Magazine. She was also public relations advisor
to the Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer and The American Cancer Society's Cattle Barons' Ball. Meg creates/supports
about 24 charitable events each year, benefiting organizations such as Jeffrey Fashion Cares, Children's Healthcare
of Atlanta, the Georgia Breast Cancer Coalition, and Warrick Dunn Foundation's Home for the Holidays, the Sara Blakely
Foundation, Project Open Hand, Meals on Wheels Atlanta and many more.
"There is no better PR
professional than Meg Reggie.
She will put you on the map.
Guaranteed. She is creative,
solution focused, brilliant
and a total joy to work with.
No one can say "no" to Meg.
She's a rare breed because she
is totallytrusted by journalists
and businessleaders alike
which helps her achieve all
"I'll walk through fire for
good PR people. Example:
Meg Reggie sent me a one-graf
piece on a Georgia Public
Broadcasting call-out to
budding filmmakers = it's the
lead Buzz item in tomorrow's
paper. Meg also turned me
onto a story that I suggested
to a colleague .... major Sunday
feature. I also featured a charity
fashion show she was repping ...
print, online, etc. I was on it. I'll
take Meg's calls 7 days a week."
Peach Buzz Columnist,