Megan Henderson

Media Strategist

Joined Monarch in 2014

Favorite Quote: “Promote what you love rather than bashing what you hate.”

Experience:

  • 2 years of experience in media planning and buying (including traditional and interactive placements)
  • Previously, Restaurant Manager at Golden Eagle Casino in Apache, OK (2011-2013) and Director of Brand Growth and Guest Experience at Chick-Fil-A in Oklahoma City, OK (2013-2015)
  • BS in Marketing and a minor in Entrepreneurship from Oklahoma State University

The Details

Megan is Monarch’s stealth strategist. She’s quiet. She keeps her head down, but when she talks, we listen, and when her ideas strike, we take notice. Meg’s media mixes are executed with extreme preparation, tough negotiations and unexpected efficacious strategies to ensure Monarch’s campaigns achieve and exceed the client’s marketing objectives.

Now entering her third year with Monarch, Meg is the lead media strategist for the Oklahoma City Boathouse Foundation, Francis Tuttle Technology Center and the Central Oklahoma Transit and Parking Authority (you know, the boat – RiverCruises; the bike – Spokies; and the bus – EMBARK). Like most ninjas, she’s a master at multi-tasking. We’re pretty sure acquiring this skill set was a Darwinian situation for Meg. Before Monarch and in the midst of earning her bachelor’s degree in marketing from OSU and starting a family, she worked as the director of brand growth and guest experience at Chick-Fil-A in Oklahoma City. BTW – Meg graduated with honors AND her family still adores her.

If you’re impressed by Meg, you should be. After all, she trained at the media oracle’s knee.

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Just for Fun

Question – What is the worst advice you have been given?

Answer: “Good things come to those who wait.” In between the waiting, there is also a lot of behind the scenes work to be done.

Question – If you were reincarnated into an animal, which animal would you choose?

Answer: A sea lion. They move so graceful, something I am not.

Question – What is your biggest challenge in life now?

Answer: Remembering to keep my own cup full so that I can pour onto others.