Meet the newest additions to MHP

Written by MHP on Thursday, October 20, 2016

We are excited to introduce two new members of the MHP team, Amy Fraizer-Turpen and Molly Morrison.


Fraizer-Turpen, joining the team as media director, will be responsible for overseeing media functions and account assignments for both MHP and Team SI.  She holds a degree in journalism from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Before joining the MHP team, Fraizer-Turpen worked as an associate media director for CJRW, and as a senior media planner and media supervisor for Stone Ward.


Morrison, joining the team as creative copywriter and editor, will be responsible for developing concepts and writing copy for radio, television and print, digital, advertising and marketing campaigns. Morrison also graduated from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville with a degree in journalism. Prior to joining MHP, Morrison worked as a marketing specialist for Engage Target Media, an account executive for CJRW and as a copywriter for the Sells Agency.


While they are still settling in, we thought it was a good time to get to know them a little better, so we asked them to answer five questions about themselves.


Amy

1. What three traits define you?  

Organized (bordering on OCD)

Loyal

Thoughtful


2.  Where is the best place you’ve traveled to and why?

Alaska. It was beautiful and relaxed, and when I was there it was daylight all the time. I loved it.


3.  What is the one thing you cannot resist?

Dogs and babies, it’s a tie.


4. What is your personal philosophy?

Don’t overthink things. 


5.  What would you do (for a career) if you weren’t doing this?

Research of some sort or something with dogs.


Molly

1. What's one thing you couldn't live without?

My four unruly dogs.

2. Favorite place to be?

On a beach with a cold drink in hand.

3. Best place I've traveled and why?

Florence, Italy. I studied abroad across Italy when I was in college, and the culture, the people and the food made for an amazing experience.

4. What would you tell your 13-year-old self if you could?

To worry less, and enjoy not having to “adult.”

5. Tell us something that might surprise us about you.

My real name is Mary Margaret Ann Morrison, but I have always gone by Molly. My parents seemed to have trouble picking one name.