Meghan E. Butler

Meghan E. Butler is a writer and a communications strategist. Her journalistic curiosity, combined with close to 20 years of communications consulting, corporate PR, and agency experience, guide her clients to identify and answer the right questions, not the most obvious ones. She uses her time with world-class organizations and her high emotional intelligence to help clients dig deep to find the truth and use it to meet their business objectives.

Meghan’s award-winning PR and writing work have supported Seventh Generation, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, Brown-Forman, Dell, RadioShack, and Nike, to name a few. Her recent thought leadership work with “Brand Under Fire” earned coverage in the Wall Street Journal, NPR and The Atlantic.

As a leadership coach and a published writer, Meghan is on a mission to create a more emotionally intelligent world by helping people make real-time connections that matter. Her “Emotional Intelligence @ Work” editorial platform is designed in service of emerging leaders, established leaders, and the people who coach them. She currently contributes to Fast Company and Thrive Global. Her leadership commentary can also be found at Inc. Magazine and The Muse. She’s also written for Rolling Stone Magazine.

Most recently, Meghan spoke at and moderated a panel on workplace culture and employee engagement for Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network summit in Singapore. And she presented to Austin Independent School District administrators re emotional intelligence at work. She’s been invited to lecture on PR at Texas State, UVM, and to Harvard Business School students, and on emotional intelligence at University of Texas at Austin.

In addition to Frame+Function, Meghan is a co-founder of Curry+Butler: Writing to Influence,a strategic writing collaborative by Doug Curry and Meghan E. Butler, providing clients with world-class writing products developed through a unique emotionally intelligent approachShe was recently recognized by the 2019 Austin Under 40 Awards, and was selected as a finalist for Austin Business Journal’s 2019 Profiles in Power.