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We’re a highly-entrepreneurial group that loves working with clients who are passionate about their endeavors. Our services are a reflection of our collaborative expertise, free from ineffective processes and outdated thinking. Our output is quicker than you might be used to because we immerse ourselves into your day-to-day grind while still thinking about the bigger picture.
We have a proven track record of getting clients meaningful coverage, coordinating successful events and high-profile partnerships, providing ROI, building relationships, and helping you with the bottom line, among other things.
Our focus isn’t in the time we bill, but in the results we produce.
Elizabeth Sedlock is the founder of Sedlock Partners, a full-service consumer marketing communications agency that specializes in integrated PR programs for Fortune 500 companies. With more than 20 years of experience (she doesn’t want to give too much of a clue to her age), Elizabeth is a senior communications and marketing expert helping both large and small, public and private companies create and manage successful programs, from celebrity partnerships to traditional block & tackle media relations.
As the chief marketing officer of Patients First Healthcare. Elizabeth led all marketing efforts for the consumer-focused healthcare brand, including a large-scale rebranding and successful launch of a full-service cancer center. As a marketing and communications strategist, Elizabeth has provided executive counsel to some the largest consumer, food and restaurant companies in the US, including Bob Evans Farms, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Hallmark, Sleep Number, Boston Market, Jackson Hewitt Tax Service, Anytime Fitness, Con Agra, Steak & Shake, Build-A-Bear, and Energizer. If you’ve met Elizabeth, this bio sounds hilariously dry. In her free time, which is not much, she hangs out with her family and exercises as much as her “sadly getting older” body will allow.
In 2016, Joe Sedlock was tapped to help his wife manage her burgeoning business. Joe’s primary role as the CEO is to keep Elizabeth doing what she loves: advising clients and creating great PR programs, not running payroll.
Prior to joining the team, Joe was an entrepreneur and restaurant owner. Joe’s career started long ago as a B2B salesperson. He provided expert analysis and solutions within the IT managed services and capital manufacturing equipment sectors making his perspective unique. Honed by years of relationship building and problem solving across various industries, he’s been inside the dirtiest of foundries to the cleanest of cleanrooms. He’s helped make nuclear submarines quieter, golf clubs hit farther, circuit boards less prone to short circuits, and safeguarded the data and systems of some of the largest companies in the world.
Joe manages “the back of the house” and helps guide the growing company to ensure sustainable growth and smart hiring. While rarely face-to-face with clients, he’s involved in almost every brainstorm and strategy session.
Joe is a loving father to his five children and, more often than not, is on carpool duty. In his spare time, he enjoys all forms of outdoor activity, but especially hiking. His favorite moments involve having a glass of wine with his wife while enjoying each other’s company. Oh. And baseball. Don’t forget baseball.
Samantha (Sam) Bartlett is a skilled PR professional who has worked with a variety of industries, including restaurants, food production, agriculture, entertainment, automotive, nonprofit, tourism and small businesses. From media relations and influencer marketing to crisis communications and event strategy, she’s got it covered.
Some of her favorite achievements have been assisting managing a crisis in the national spotlight, spearheading award-winning integrated social media campaigns, earning hundreds of media placements and coordinating multiple successful events.
A recent Boise, Idaho transplant from Columbus, Ohio she enjoys exploring the Gem State, whipping up something delicious in the kitchen, sampling local craft beer and spending time with loved ones.
Bartlett graduated from Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism with a degree in public relations. (Go Bobcats!)
Ebony is a marketing and communications professional with skilled experience in national consumer packaged goods brands. Her experience, both on the client and brand side, ranges from celebrity negotiations, media relations, integrated planning, and social media.
Ebony’s most favorite achievements thus far have been securing media placements in national and local outlets for her clients. Each day, her goal is to bring her client’s vision to life through strategic thinking, creativity, and relationship-building.
Ebony recently moved to Atlanta, where she enjoys exploring the city through food, cocktails, and a lot of outdoor activities. Ebony holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Marketing from the University of Cincinnati and a Master’s of Business Administration degree from Tiffin University.
Dogs of Sedlock Partners
Sherlock is a six-year-old mutt rescued from a shelter. He’s highly energetic and anyone holding his favorite frisbee will have his complete attention. He loves to sing with emergency sirens or when the city tests the tornado alarms every Wednesday at noon. He loves to go for walks and always needs to be in the front. Usually, he can be found right next to mom or dad, and maybe this is too much information, but he usually sleeps with his head on dad’s pillow, cheek to cheek with dad. Dislikes: When Penny is mean to other dogs and swimming. Likes: Frisbee, fetch, walks, chasing swallows through a field. Someday maybe he’ll catch one.
Penny, a twelve-year-old chocolate lab, joined the Sedlock family after being rescued from her first two years as a puppy mill. She has an alter ego and the team nicknamed her EOP, Evil Outside Penny. Anyone who has walked her near a squirrel, rabbit, dog, deer, or goose can attest to EOP’s attitude. She loves to walk, although her aging body only lets her go 4 or 5 miles a day and it can’t be too hot. You can usually find her between the kitchen counter and whoever is cooking or grabbing a snack. Otherwise, she’s curled up near mom. Dislikes: Thunderstorms, fireworks, and male dogs. Likes: Swimming, Running (especially if it involves chasing wildlife), food, and anything that might be food.