Megan Lampros is the founder of One Twelve Communications.
An experienced public relations professional, Megan is a media relations specialist, seasoned content strategist and trusted client liaison with a proven track record of delivering results. She has worked in both agency and in-house roles helping businesses of all sizes and industries tell their story and increase brand visibility.
Megan launched One Twelve Communications in February 2019 and has since served over a dozen clients, many of which are long-term engagements that remain ongoing. A hands-on, flexible partner, Megan acts as a true extension of her clients' teams becoming deeply immersed in each clients' business as if she were an internal colleague. This not only leads to more personalized and efficient service, but also more meaningful relationships and better results.
Most recently, Megan led external communications for Uptake, an industrial AI software provider. A three-time CNBC Disruptor 50 and Forbes Cloud 100 honoree, Uptake is the fastest U.S. startup ever to reach a $2 billion valuation. Megan ran the company’s high-profile awards program, managed media relations and oversaw executive visibility efforts including thought leadership and speaking engagements for Uptake's senior executives.
Prior to Uptake, Megan was an Associate Vice President at Finn Partners, a 700-person PR firm which spun out of the Ruder Finn Group in 2011. There, Megan managed a range of B2B technology clients, specializing in transportation and logistics working with the likes of DHL, project44 and Fleetmatics (acquired by Verizon). Her work for supply chain software client, GT Nexus (acquired by Infor), helped Finn Partners win a PRSA Skyline Award for outstanding B2B media relations. She regularly placed clients in the most high-profile press from Good Morning America to Bloomberg, CNBC, New York Times, Associated Press and more.
Megan holds a degree in journalism and mass communication from the University of Iowa. She lives in suburban Chicago with her husband and two children.