Sarah Tourville is the CEO and founder of Media Frenzy Global, an integrated PR and Marketing agency that builds brands for innovative and disruptive companies in the US and UK.
Sarah founded Media Frenzy Global in 2006 to help technology companies create a media frenzy™ with meaningful media coverage, brand visibility and thought leadership. She has helped Fortune 500 companies as well as many startups across the US and Europe capture significant media attention and build brand leadership. Prior to Media Frenzy Global she worked at Motorola managing corporate communications across Europe, Middle East & Africa and before that she was at Worldspan where she helped launch the first ever online travel booking site - Expedia.
In 2017, Sarah was a finalist for the Atlanta Business Chronicle Small Business Person of the Year award, the Technology Association of Georgia Best Integrated Marketing Campaign 2016 and the 2015 TAG Marketing Executive of the Year.
Sarah is a member of the WBENC (Women's Business Enterprise National Council) and Media Frenzy Global is a 100% women-owned business. She is an advocate for women-owned businesses and the professional development of young women, helping to provide confidence, self-worth, and independence. Sarah is the mother of two daughters.
CEO & Founder
Media Frenzy Global
The TAG (Technology Association of Georgia) Marketing Awards recognizes the top tech marketers in Atlanta.
Everybody knows the tech and media industries are innovative and progressive, right? Until you know – at the top levels – they aren’t. It’s time to bridge the gap on gender equality.
According to Scientific American, decades of research by organizational scientists, psychologists, sociologists, economists and demographers show that socially diverse groups (that is, those with a diversity of race, ethnicity, gender and sexual orientation) are more innovative than homogeneous groups. It seems obvious that a group of people with diverse individual expertise would be better than a homogeneous group at solving complex, nonroutine problems. It is less obvious that social diversity should work in the same way—yet the science shows that it does.
These hard-working, passionate, pioneering women reflect on how they rose through the ranks and how we can all move, collectively, forward. The case is clear, diversity will give your company a competitive edge.
Entrepreneur, business owner, and marketer passionate about all things disruptive.