"Pigs are flying. Cows are coming home." illustration by Tim Jessell
Beth Donica has over 35 years experience developing and executing creative and successful marketing, advertising and public affairs campaigns for political, corporate, non-profit, retail, arts and NGO clients. In recent years she’s worked as Strategic Perception Inc.'s Associate Creative Director, Copywriter, Producer, Director of Production, and now consultant on several high-profile political races and clients including New Day for America (the PAC supporting John Kasich's bid for president), John McCain for President ’08, Jon Huntsman for President ’10, Jim Inhofe for Senate, Bob Corker for Senate, Jeff Flake for Senate, Lamar Alexander for Senate, Chuck Grassley for Senate, Environmental Defense Fund, Chesapeake Energy, Energy in Depth, Clean Skies Coalition, Arnold Schwarzenegger for Governor, Republican National Convention '08, National Cable & Telecommunications Association, National Association of Manufacturers, Station Casinos, and The ONE Campaign, to name a few.
Over the years, Beth has worked with a wide variety of clients, including the Indianapolis Ballet, Tulsa Ballet, Tulsa Opera, Rreef Funds (Chicago, IL), Homart Development Corporation (Chicago, IL), Woodland Hills Mall (Tulsa, OK), Southglenn Mall (Littleton, CO), South Park Mall (San Antonio, TX), Winrock Shopping Center (Albuquerque, NM), Citgo Petroleum Corporation (Tulsa, OK), Mini Mart Convenience Stores (Cheyenne, WY), Aladdin Synergetics, Liberty Bank & Trust (Oklahoma City and Tulsa, OK), MPSI Systems, Ronald McDonald House (Tulsa, OK), Prevue Guide (Tulsa, OK), Tesoro Oil (Anchorage, AK), Fourth National Bank, and more.
During the 90s, Beth worked with Sara Lytle designing and planning events in a venture called Soiree, whose mantra was ABOLISH BLANDNESS.
Recent Donica Creative Solutions, Inc. clients include Strategic Perception Inc., American Parking, Inc., Aito Media, Lauer Media, Tulsa Opera, StoneSoup Community Venture/Tulsa's Table, Consumer Logic Research, Salvation Army of Greater Tulsa, Phillips Theological Seminary, and Family Safety Center. Beth does pro bono work for Harmony Project Tulsa.
Beth has two children, Katy and Alex, two dogs and three cats. She enjoys sailing on the Dame Eclair at Grand Lake of the Cherokees whenever she gets a chance. She's a former president of the Tulsa Chapter of American Women in Radio and Television and a proud Rotarian.
Beth started in advertising at a young age, as she grew up with a Madman father in the ad business, seen here in this 1960s TV commercial for QuikTrip. Beth is at the end of the spot, enjoying her Koolee.