Morgan & Co. New Orleans Advertising Agency Team
John leads business development efforts for Morgan & Co. In this role, he brings together a team of media experts, who specialize in media strategy, buying and analytics, to help our clients acquire more customers, at a reduced cost per acquisition.
Previously, John was Senior Associate Commissioner for Corporate Sales and Marketing with the Sun Belt Conference. During the course of a sales career spanning over 20 years, John has consistently connected brands with the right marketing opportunities, producing value and measured returns. Prior to the Sun Belt, he was the Director of Sales for Cox Sports Television (CST), responsible for core and digital advertising sales. Before his time at CST, John served as the Associate Athletic Director for External Relations for the University of New Orleans Athletic Department, where he led marketing, sponsorship and development efforts for the Privateers.
John also applies his business development expertise in his charitable work. Since 2007, he has served on the board of directors for the Fore!Kids Foundation. In addition to generating revenue for the charities the Foundation funds, he also serves as venue captain of the 17th Green Suites and 1st Tee Announcer during the Zurich Classic. He was co-founder and Executive Director of the Leon V. Rosato, Sr. Memorial Golf Tournament benefiting United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) of Greater Birmingham. From 1999 – 2008, the tournament raised over $130,000 for UCP of Birmingham. John is a past president and current board member of the First Tee of Greater New Orleans and is a member of the New Orleans Chamber of Commerce, Jefferson Parish CVB and New Orleans & Company.
Outside of his professional and charitable work, he is heavily involved in coaching youth sports in his community. A native of Birmingham, Alabama, John graduated from UAB in 1999, where he earned a B.A. in Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations. He and his wife Natalie have two sons, Dominic (8) and Vincent (3).