Sam James Morrey Sims, APR
has been part of the US Fleet Tracking family since 2009 and joined full time as the Director of Public Relations and Marketing in 2010 after serving as the account director within a national public relations agency. His primary role for the organization is to achieve the company's business objectives through fostering communications between the organization and all of its target markets.
Sims's lengthy career in public relations and marketing has been honed through architectural, engineering, energy, medical, science, technology, and arts industries where he has realized successes in communication planning, development, media relations and crisis situations.
He is heavily involved in the public relations industry and is the 2015 Chairman for Public Relations Society of America’s Technology Section. Sims is the immediate Past Chairman of PRSA’s District Council and a former Chairman of PRSA’s Southwest District. He is a Past President of the Oklahoma City chapter of PRSA, and continues his local leadership capacity by serving as Assembly Delegate and the Website Chairman, which he's held since 2000.
Sims's commitment to his career was accentuated in 2005 when he received national accreditation in public relations from the Universal Accreditation Board. He was named one of the “Achievers Under 40” by Journal Record magazine in 2007, one of the "Forty Under 40" by OKCBusiness in 2005 and selected “Outstanding Young Professional in Public Relations” in 2003.
As a featured speaker at conferences and association meetings for more than 15 years, Sims shares his knowledge of communications strategies and techniques within emerging technologies.
Sims is committed to growing and developing his community, where he serves in leadership capacities among the board of directors for the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, Orchestra League and Red Bud Classic. He also serves on the Heartline Development Committee. Sims is a former marketing committee member for the Arts Council of Oklahoma City and for the United Way of Central Oklahoma.