Karen Bells2018-12-17T13:15:48-05:00
  • Senior Account Executive Karen Bells
Senior Account Executive Karen Bells

‘Two scoops of commas and cream, for $100’

Your walk-out song?
For its ability to get people hyped up, “Down With the Sickness,” by Disturbed. Of course, I’d time it so I got to the plate during “oh, ah, ah, ah, ah!”

Best concert you’ve seen?
Bruce Springsteen on “The River” tour for my 14th birthday. The first of hundreds of concerts, it ignited a lifelong love of the mesmerizing spell of live music.

List three personal Jeopardy categories.
Punctuation is your friend. Dating without tears. Sweet, sweet ice cream.

Karen Bells

Senior Account Executive

You can trust her with your business …

“Nosy” is such a harsh word. But “curious” … doesn’t that have a nice ring to it? Karen may have been told by a person or two — parents, teachers, nuns, dates, neighbors — that she sure asks a lot of questions. That natural curiosity led her to a 20-year career as a news reporter and editor, where the “who, what, where, when, why and how” were just the beginning of her inquiries.

With her journalist’s curiosity in tow, she helps clients determine where they are and where they’d like to be, then crafts and delivers on a plan to get there. Her specialties include media relations, communications strategy and content creation for clients in the entertainment, data analytics and financial services industries.

… and you’ll want to hang out with her, too.

Karen likes to ask, “Why?” But she also likes to ask, “Why not?” Whether it’s taking a spontaneous road trip, learning to co-pilot a small plane or interviewing a rock star, she’ll usually embrace it with, “Why not?!” And if you need a concert buddy, she’s seen everyone from Aretha Franklin to Zac Brown Band and every alphabet letter in between.

‘Two scoops of commas and cream, for $100’

Your walk-out song?
For its ability to get people hyped up, “Down With the Sickness,” by Disturbed. Of course, I’d time it so I got to the plate during “oh, ah, ah, ah, ah!”

Best concert you’ve seen?
Bruce Springsteen on “The River” tour for my 14th birthday. The first of hundreds of concerts, it ignited a lifelong love of the mesmerizing spell of live music.

List three personal Jeopardy categories.
Punctuation is your friend. Dating without tears. Sweet, sweet ice cream.