- Teneo Strategy
- Litigation & Enforcement Action
- Corporate Crisis
- Corporate Communications
- Succession & Leadership Change
- CEO & Leadership Positioning
- Traditional & Social Media
Awards & Recognitions
Recipient, Emmy Award (2007)
Recipient, American Women in Radio and Television Award
Recipient, National Association of Black Journalists Award
Recipient, National Academy of Television Arts
& Sciences Award for Coverage of September 11th Attacks
Senior Managing Director & Head of Media Relations
Casey Morgan is a Senior Managing Director and Head of Media Relations with Teneo Strategy. At the Firm, she leads several key accounts in addition to managing the media team to ensure all clients have the media attention they need. Ms. Morgan has worked on crisis communications and issues management for a range of corporations. She has spent the last several years providing top-level executives with intensive presentation and media skills training.
Prior to joining Teneo, Ms. Morgan was the Director for U.S. Media Strategy at Burson-Marsteller, based in the firm’s New York office, where she worked on a variety of accounts across a range of industries including: automotive, technology, wind and solar power, financial services, retail, oil and gas, and manufacturing. In her role, she developed and led strategic communications programs for U.S.-based and global clients, and created thought leadership platforms for chief executive officers and other C-suite executives.
Ms. Morgan has an extensive background in television news, having spent nearly ten years as a producer for the CBS News broadcast, “60 Minutes.” She has reported on an array of investigative, business, social issue and feature stories across the U.S., Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Antarctica. Ms. Morgan has won an Emmy Award, an American Women in Radio and Television Award, a National Association of Black Journalists Award, and an award for September 11th news coverage from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Prior to “60 Minutes,” Ms. Morgan was an assistant producer for the CBS Documentary Unit, where she worked on lengthy projects for National Geographic, The History Channel, TLC, and A&E. Before joining CBS News, Ms. Morgan worked in the Sales & Marketing division of the CBS Television Network.