Marsha G. Oliver holds the position of Senior Vice-President for Community & Public Engagement at the PGA TOUR. Her role involves leading and supporting the TOUR’s commitment to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion practices that strengthen communities, businesses, and sports.
With over 25 years of experience in public relations, marketing communications, and crisis management for corporate, government, and philanthropic organizations, Oliver joined the TOUR in April 2019.
She has received multiple industry awards and commendations, including recognition as one of the nation’s top education public relations professionals by the Council of Great City Schools.
Prior to her current role, Oliver served as Director of Public Affairs and spokesperson for City of Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry, and Assistant Superintendent for Communications for Duval County Public Schools for 16 years.
In this episode of the podcast, she shares the power of perception and how it has shaped her career and the way she combats diversity.
In this podcast you’ll learn:
- The value of flexibility and the ability to pivot when life throws you unexpected challenges.
- How to overcome adversity and change perceptions.
- How approaching hard conversations and situations with grace and composure can lead to beautiful changes in mentality and help you gain unexpected relationships.
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