Director of Strategic Initiatives
Society 54’s Director of Strategic Initiatives, Morgan Lewis, brings buckets of industry knowledge and a robust energy to the team. Her knack for imagining and implementing attainable goals and best practices, along with a hint of dry humor, is incomparable and contagious. Morgan prides herself in her ability to provide a practical approach to tackling just about anything – that is where she shines. And, details. She doesn’t miss one.
With eight years of legal marketing experience under her belt, Morgan previously dedicated her services to a 200-lawyer firm based in the Palmetto State. While there, she delivered top-notch results in areas like multi-practice group business development, strategic planning and implementation, budget planning and organization, business promotions, and event organization and management. She truly enjoys helping clients strategically develop and follow road maps that will lead them toward their desired goals and outcomes.
Clients most appreciate that Morgan hasn’t met one obstacle she couldn’t find a way around, or over, or under. Her tact mixed with the perfect amount of determination is what sets her apart.
When she isn’t delving in to a project for a client, you can find Morgan buried in a good book, whipping up something in the kitchen, sipping on a glass of red wine, or catching up on any given Netflix series. In 2017, Morgan moved from South Carolina to Chicago with her husband, Spencer, and their dog, Piper. They welcomed their daughter, Chloe, in February of 2018.
NEWS & EVENTS
Morgan is an active member of several civic and professional organizations:
- Legal Marketing Association (LMA), 2011-Present
- Former LMA Southeastern Chapter Regional Governing Board, Director of Communications & Technology
- LMA Columbia City Group Chair, 2014, 2016
- LMA Columbia City Group Board Member, 2015
- United Way of the Midlands Reading Consortium Volunteer, 2015-2017
- Central SC Habitat’s Women Build Volunteer, 2017
University of South Carolina – Darla Moore School of Business, B.S. in Business Administration
Majors in Marketing & Human Resources Management; Minors in PR and Advertising