WilcoxM3 | Media, Marketing, Management

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Higher Education

Aurora University

Indiana State University


The Council of INdependent Colleges

Academic Search, Inc.




Mackey Strategies, Inc.

Phair Advantage, Inc.

The Voices Group




Laura Wilcox knows the communications business from A to Z. She brings to her work more than 20 years of experience in higher education, and is particularly familiar with, literally, hundreds of independent colleges and universities. No communications task, large or small, is beyond her expertise.
— Richard Ekman, President, Council of Independent Colleges

Laura’s passion for her work shines through – and gets results. A consummate professional, she knows what’s going on in higher education today, and what’s trending for the future.
— Judy Phair, President, PhairAdvantage Communications

I have always been impressed with Laura’s high-energy, results-oriented approach. In her new venture with WilcoxM3: Media, Marketing, Management, Laura and her team bring a high degree of professionalism, experience, and expertise to media campaigns and other projects requiring sophisticated, high-visibility strategies.
— Scott D. Miller, President of Virginia Wesleyan University, and Former President of Bethany College, Wesley College, and Lincoln Memorial University

I have worked with and known Laura for almost 20 years and she is everything you want in a communications professional – creative, smart, ethical, and a team-building colleague. From directing a national award-winning public information campaign to successful placements in the New York Times, Laura gets it done.
— Elizabeth Bishop Gemoets, Chief Operating Officer, Association of Academic Health Centers

Laura’s energetic, crisp style of communicating and her finesse with the pen have propelled her career advancements and will serve her well as a communications consultant. As a university professor, I often draw on the personalized media training Laura provided when I was preparing for media appearances.
— Patrice Flynn, Professor of Business and Economics, Mount St. Mary’s University, MD