“We’re incredibly proud to be celebrating our 12th year as a Best Places to Work in Oklahoma recipient,” said President and CEO Mary Myrick. “And we’re immeasurably proud of the work our staff has done over three decades to pioneer new programs and approaches that deliver value for our clients and actively promote stronger families, greater economic opportunities, and more resilient communities.”

A woman-owned small business, Public Strategies is a nationally respected consulting, project management and strategic communications firm headquartered in Oklahoma City. Since 1990, Public Strategies has provided innovative solutions for federal, state and local clients – including project and program management, technology, consulting, event management, research and evaluation, video production and marketing.

“Our organization continues to grow and expand,” said Sammye Cravens, chief operating officer. “Likewise, we’re committed to growing opportunities and career pathways for our employees. We’re looking to hire new talent who share our vision, but also to promote from within our diverse, exceptional team.”

The organization’s workforce intentionally reflects the diversity of the broader community – culturally, professionally and in terms of life experiences. This diversity sparks fresh thinking and approaches while allowing the firm to most effectively meet the needs of those it serves.

“Public Strategies is dedicated to delivering incredible products, services and experiences for its clients and is also equally committed to its employees by celebrating personal achievements and mile-stones and by providing opportunities for professional growth,” said Myrick.

Company benefits include a comprehensive benefit package, gym membership reimbursements, tickets to community and sporting events, holiday gifts, food trucks, and casual dress days. Recognizing the importance of flexibility and quality time with family, the company’s current schedule includes remote work on Fridays, summer hours and a bonus week off from Christmas through New Year’s Day.