Juliette Coulter has more than 17 years of experience in public relations, public affairs and special events. Her background in agency, politics and public affairs enables Coulter to develop, implement and achieve positive results for clients ranging from corporations to non-profit associations.
Coulter manages local and national media relations for clients involved in high-tech, health care, consumer products, retail/food, banking/financial institutions, associations and nonprofit organizations. She also media trains clients, plans and organizes special events and researches and writes releases, brochures, position papers and ads. For more than two years, she was instrumental in opening The Women’s Museum: An Institute for the Future in which she helped generate local, national and international media coverage in all the major media outlets. She has won the American Marketing Association’s Pinnacle Award for her work on American Heart Association’s For Heart Sake’s campaign.
Presently, she helped open the Trinity River Audubon Center in 2008 with national and local exposure, and her ongoing work on The Trinity Trust Foundation deems her an expert in working with many city, governmental and nonprofit agencies.
Coulter has conducted national media relations campaigns for clients generating placements in Business Week, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Nightline, The Associated Press, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, People Magazine and Entertainment Tonight, among others.
Previously, Coulter worked for Cox Communications as an account supervisor. She has also worked for Fleishman-Hillard International Communications in the public affairs division in Washington, D.C, and in the Dallas office. Coulter planned, implemented and executed grassroots campaigns and media relations.
An economics and history graduate of the University of California at Davis, Coulter is also involved in the community. She is president elect of the partnership/Community Partners of Dallas, past board member of the Junior League of Dallas and current member; a member of Genesis Women’s Shelter’s Alliance and North Dallas Early Childhood PTA.
She served as president and vice president for the International Professional League (IPL) and received the International Trade Association of the Dallas/Fort Worth Area’s Community Service Award for IPL’s volunteer work the year she was president. She has also been public relations chair for The 500 Inc.’s Montage Arts Festival. Coulter is a former board member and executive committee member on the Dallas Council on World Affairs and co-founded the council’s young professional organization, The Ambassadors. She has been involved in the Association for Women in Communications and Public Relations Society of America-Dallas Chapter. She is a founding member of Communicators’ Masterminds, a high-level communicators group.