Josie Morgan Joins BoyarMiller as Director of Marketing, Administration
Morgan has more than 10 years of experience in professional services and the legal industry. She leads the firm’s strategic marketing, communications and daily administrative operations.
“It was evident from our first meeting that Josie is a skilled professional who shares the values and culture of BoyarMiller,” said firm Chairman Chris Hanslik. “Her extensive abilities in business development is matched by her positive energy and attention to detail. We know our clients will appreciate her commitment to helping us solve their business challenges.”
Honored this year by the Houston Business Journal as a “Women Who Mean Business” award recipient for Women to Watch, Morgan previously served as manager of business development with Bracewell LLP.
“BoyarMiller has a strong culture of client service and teamwork that is a hallmark of the firm and means everyone’s contributions matter,” said Morgan. “I am very excited to be a part of such a positive environment where we can collaborate for the success of our clients and the firm.”
Morgan is a frequent panelist at national conferences for the Legal Marketing Association where she has held leadership positions for several years. She has been a community volunteer with the Junior League of Houston for over 10 years and has served as a board member and on various councils. Additionally, she is on the board of directors for Young Audiences of Houston and is a member of the Hermann Park Conservancy.
A graduate of Southern Methodist University, Morgan holds a BBA in Organizational Business and a BA in Psychology.
BoyarMiller is a 28-year-old Houston-based law firm comprised of two practice groups: business and litigation. The business group serves multinational companies, middle-market businesses and entrepreneurs in need of collaborative and strategic representation. The litigation group represents organizations of all sizes, from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 companies, seeking to resolve complex business issues and employment disputes. See www.boyarmiller.com for more information.