MO WILDEY, Principal
Mo’s 35-year communication career has encompassed stints as co-owner and managing partner of a regional public relations and advertising firm, a vice president and general manager of public relations at a national agency, owner and publisher of a sports magazine, owner of a radio station, and business editor of a major metropolitan newspaper.Now a principal of Grand Slam 3, he develops and implements strategic public relations strategies for our clients.
Mo is an award-winning public relations counselor. The Public Relations Society of America judged his work for client Indiana Downs as the best public relations programming in Indiana and the best public affairs programming in the seven-state East Central District in 2001.
He has developed and implemented successful strategies for more than one hundred clients including local and Congressional political candidates; Guidant, then the fourth-largest medical device manufacturer in the world; the Indiana Pacers of the National Basketball Association; Shriners Hospitals, which operates children’s hospitals in the United States, Canada and Mexico; and Hoosier Park, which at the time was owned by Churchill Downs. Additional major national and international companies and sporting events he has assisted include Coopers & Lybrand (now PriceWaterhouse Coopers), Motorola, the World Basketball Championships and the United States Golf Association’s U.S. Women’s Open.
In addition to his involvement with Grand Slam 3, Mo is pastor and director of the Yeshua Society, a Christian ministry that plants house churches in poverty-stricken areas, operates a Christian school, and develops avenues of escape for people in spiritual and physical poverty.