Aaron Sadler
Media Relations Manager
Talk about experience. Aaron comes to Ghidotti Communications with a journalism and media relations background that has taken him from the halls of Congress in Washington to four statehouses. He spends his days managing client relationships with print and broadcast media in local, state and national markets.

Aaron worked as Director of Media Relations and as Chief Administrative Officer for the Arkansas Attorney General’s Office, and served as communications director for attorneys general in Louisiana, Mississippi and Pennsylvania. During his time in public service, Aaron led efforts to improve digital- and social-media outreach.

He spearheaded award-winning consumer awareness initiatives and managed every aspect of external and internal communications for the states’ chief legal officers. Before working for attorneys general, Aaron was Public Information Officer for the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality. He has also worked as a reporter for Stephens Media in Washington, where he covered Congress, federal agencies and the 2008 presidential campaign for newspapers in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas. He has been a reporter for The Jonesboro Sun, the Times Record of Fort Smith  and the Arkansas News Bureau in Little Rock. A fifth-generation Arkansan, Sadler is a Trumann native and Arkansas State University honors graduate.

At Ghidotti Communications, Aaron works to ensure clients are well-positioned in media and stay connected with their target audiences. Aaron plays a special role with CHI St. Vincent to work directly with physicians and other medical professionals to convey to the media and public the CHI St. Vincent mission to provide the highest quality medical care to the community it serves.

Aaron literally has a “nose for news.” His nose was broken by a line-drive foul ball while he was reporting on a high school baseball game early in his career.

He has visited all 50 states.

You can find him on the front row at every Arkansas State football home game. Wolves up!

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