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Lisa Endicott

Photo Credit: Mark Herron

Lisa Endicott is the owner and president of Endicott & Company Public Relations.  Endicott & Company specializes in corporate communications, media relations, marketing and branding strategy, and event publicity for entertainment, financial, technology, hospitality and travel, nonprofit, real estate, and retail clients.  Endicott served as senior account supervisor and senior vice president-director of strategic communications of Brinker Communications and Levenson and Brinker Public Relations for more than three years.

Previously, Ms. Endicott founded L. A. Entertainment and Six Degrees Records in 1996.  She served as president and provided media relations, corporate communications, crisis management, and special event production for businesses in the high tech, film and video, music, hospitality, fashion, and nonprofit arenas.

What people may not know is that Endicott’s own brand of “Intuitive Public Relations” and philosophy of making business entertaining started while she was promoting, booking and representing popular Dallas crooner Hunter Sullivan and helped launch him from his nightly gig at Sipango to becoming a household name in magazines and newspapers, onto a successful recording and touring career with Harry Connick Jr., Hugo Boss, and Chuck Norris, and made him one of the most popular jazz entertainers in Dallas to date.

Endicott co-produced singer-songwriter WT Greer’s latest CD Not in a Hurry with Lyle Walker of Seven Star Entertainment and has been a staunch supporter of his talents since becoming friends with him and his family when he was at The Warwick Melrose Hotel.  Many of the events on the social calendar over the past 16 years would not have been as successful or memorable without Endicott providing the right mix of publicity and musical/artistic complement to mark the occasion.

She continues to seek out those talents in music and the business world, put them on the radar and help them turn their passions into profit.

Since then, mostly on the basis of repeat business and referrals, she has been requested to give the “rock star” treatment to more than 50 major local, regional and national events for companies and organizations including, but not limited to, the following: PepsiCo; FOX Television; Hugo Boss; USO; Wounded Warrior Project; NFL Live Auction at Super Bowl XLVI for United Way and NFL Players Charities; USTA; Clear Channel Radio; Shape Up USA; Children’s Medical Center; Dallas Cowboys Kickoff Luncheons; Bryan’s House; OPEN: The Small Business Network of American Express; The Academy of Country Music; Texas Scottish Rite Hospital; CASA; Geoffrey Beene; The United Way; and many other annual events such as the 30th Anniversary Dallas International Guitar Festival and the 2004 North Texas Jazz Festival.

Those events have featured public figures and celebrities such as Troy Aikman, Chuck Norris, Roger Staubach, Tom Landry, Phylicia Rashad, Gene Simmons, Harry Connick Jr., Norman Brinker, Dr. Kenneth Cooper, Kevin Costner, Star Chef Dean Fearing, Erykah Badu, Randy Travis, John Popper, Sheree Wilson, Mike Modano, LeAnn Rimes, Bryan White, ESPN/ABC’s Mike Tirico, FOX News Channel’s Bill Hemmer, Ray Crockett, Phil Mickelson, Mike Weir, Fastball, Tommy Armour III, D.B. Sweeney, Chris Madden, Kristian Alfonso, Collin Raye, Lance Burton, Jo Dee Messina, Barry Tubb, Janine Turner, Cindy Blackman, Jacques Villeneuve, Nancy Lieberman, The Neville Brothers, The Smithereens, Tony Dorsett, Barry Corbin, Blues Traveler, and many more.

Ms. Endicott brings more than 19 years experience in journalism and public relations.  She is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin with a bachelor of journalism degree.  She wrote, reported, anchored, and produced news, sports and weather for print, radio, and television for three years both in Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth, and as a stringer nationwide and in Canada for CFAN.  In that capacity, she covered city and state news, entertainment, collegiate sports, the Dallas Cowboys and the NFL, and the PGA.  She is proud to have been one of only three female reporters covering male professional sports in the early to mid ‘90s of the major sports franchises in Texas, including three of the Dallas Cowboys’ Super Bowl-winning seasons.

Ms. Endicott has developed award-winning media relations campaigns and events that have helped garner accolades for such clients as Cirque Du Soleil, Dallas Cowboys Gerald Sensabaugh, Emmy Winner John Leguizamo, Eddie V’s Restaurants, Casa Dragones Tequila, Hilton, Celebrity Fitness Expert Donna Joyner, Granada Theater, Boulevard Builders, Roy’s, Lalique North America, Women’s Leadership Exchange, Nouvelle Resort, Connexasia, Perla Marre, Reel F/X Creative Studios, Hugo Boss Fashions, Inc., Immediatek and DiscLive (companies successfully purchased by Mark Cuban in 2006,  precipitated by Endicott introducing both CEOs in 2004 and helping to raise the companies’ profiles), OUTBACK Steakhouses, Inc., Capital One Bank, National School Fitness Foundation, Juniper Music, RAE Cosmetics, and for many local, national and international music artists and celebrities.

Ms. Endicott has garnered statewide, national and international coverage for her clients in USA Today, Time, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Advertising Age, The Hollywood Reporter, The Los Angeles Times, BusinessWeek, Good Morning America, ABC World News Tonight, Healthy Living, Thrillist, A&E Channel, The Outdoors Channel, Huffington Post, Mix, Post, Markee, Departures, Wedding Styles-Canada, SPA, Modern Luxury, Papercity, Woman’s Day, Marie Claire (US and UK), SPIN, Blender, Billboard, Pollstar, Everyday with Rachel Ray, J-14, Reader’s Digest, DNR, NME, Audience, U.S. News and World Report, PASTE, Filter, Lucky, SPIN, Women’s Wear Daily, Footwear News, Daily Candy, Philanthropy Magazine, Associated Press, The London Sun, The Globe, Bildammsonntag, NOW, and on Inside Edition, The Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC World News Tonight, ESPN, BBC, FOX Sports Southwest, Sirius Radio, CTV and many major market daily newspapers and on several foreign radio and television networks.

Since 1997, Ms. Endicott has served as executive committee chair of publicity and entertainment for major first-year charitable events in Dallas, including serving Chuck Norris’ KickStart Foundation for five years.  These include, but are not limited to, the 1997 Brian Jensen’s Bryan’s House Gala with LeAnn Rimes and Chuck Norris for pediatric AIDS, and the 1998 Academy of Country Music Gala, which benefited the St. Phillips Community Center and School, The Bill Boyd Foundation and Kickstart.  She was on the Founding Advisory Board of Love for Children which aids children in need in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. In 2010, Endicott launched “Lunch with Lisa,” a fundraising lunch talk series featuring top newsmakers with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the keynote speakers’ favorite charities.  In 2012, she has been asked to join the executive committee for Toyscapes, LLC, a national company that raises funds for non-profit Montessori schools in at-risk neighborhoods by staging fundraising family events with small-scale recreations of city skylines using only children’s toys and legos.

As a caring and compassionate contributor to numerous activities, Endicott has lent her time, fundraising skills, and expertise to The Mobil Cotton Bowl Classic, South by Southwest Music Festival, KickStart, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital, the Dallas Cowboys Kickoff Luncheon benefiting Happy Hill Farm, the Father of the Year Luncheon, the Pro Football Players Alumni Association, ISM Mentor Program, Love For Children Annual Vintner’s Dinner and Afterglow (helped to produce the theme song for the charity with her clients Faulconer Productions and CakeMix Recording), The Family Place, Attitudes & Attire, Mother of the Year Luncheons benefiting the YMCA, and numerous mentoring programs.

Endicott was a honoree in the 2011 “Top Forty Under 40” business persons by The Dallas Business Journal.  In 2009, Frost Bank and CBS11 awarded her as one of their “Texans with Character” for  creating The Greatest Gifts Gallery, a series of community events featuring a juried arts music festival for K-12 students.  She was awarded the 2002 Dallas/IABC Bronze Quill Award of Merit for Roy’s opening campaign and communication management and the 2003 International Communicator’s Award for The Greenhouse Spa’s Marketing Campaign. She has been a member of the Public Relations Society of America and the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences-Texas Chapter. Endicott received her Bachelor of Journalism in News and Public Affairs from The University of Texas at Austin.  She is also a graduate of one of the most prestigious all-girl schools in North America, The Hockaday School.

Endicott lives in Dallas, Texas, with her cat, David, and enjoys domestic and international travel, singing, and learning to play guitar and piano.  She is continuing to speak at fundraisers in Dallas for a variety of causes and serves as an emcee for fashion, entertainment and charitable events. She is a regular expert spokesperson on television and radio to comment on pop culture, arts and entertainment, civic events, sports and causes.  She is currently writing a book about her experience as a female sports reporter and plans on writing a preparatory guide for women readying themselves for college life and finding careers.