Natalie Ghidotti is the Chief Executive Officer of Ghidotti Communications, which she founded in 2007. The company provides integrated marketing with an emphasis in public relations and content marketing to a wide range of clients, including some of the region’s best-known brands. The firm serves clients that span all industries, including retail, QSR, health care, technology/marketing startups, manufacturing, professional services and more. She is publisher of The Arkansas 100, offering 100-word stories and 100-second videos on topics of intrigue from across the state. Recently, the agency team launched its newest offering, The Arkansas 100 podcast, featuring interesting Arkansans and their businesses.
Natalie is active in the national PR industry, currently serving on the Executive Committee for the Public Relations Society of America’s Counselors Academy and previously as a three-member leadership team overseeing PRSA’s Section Council and as a speaker for several PRSA International Conferences. Before joining the marketing/PR industry, Natalie spent 11 years in journalism, including serving in editor positions in Fort Worth, Texas, and Little Rock. She is the winner of national awards from the Parenting Publications of America for her stories published in Little Rock Family. In her public relations career, Natalie has garnered top Prism Awards from the Public Relations Society of America and Bronze Quill Awards from the International Association of Business Communicators. This past year she was honored with the PRSA Arkansas Chapter’s Crystal Award, recognizing practitioners who have changed the face of the industry.
Natalie is a member of PR Consultants Group, a collaborative of 50 senior-level PR practitioners representing the top markets in the country. She is an active community volunteer, serving on the board of the Arkansas Better Business Bureau Foundation and the Board Development Committee for the Girl Scouts Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas. Natalie is a member of Leadership Greater Little Rock, Class XVI, was named to Arkansas Business’ “40 Under 40,” is troop leader for her daughter’s Brownie troop, and is a member of the Rotary Club of Little Rock, where she serves on the Board of Trustees for the Club 99 Foundation.