Public Relations Consultant in Little Rock

Denver Peacock, JD, APR, ABC

Denver brings more than 25 years of experience to TPG, the award-winning
strategic communications firm he founded in 2014. As principal, he offers
strategic guidance and support on public relations and public affairs projects,
events and initiatives. Previously, he served as senior vice president at the
Mid-South’s largest independent full-service communications agency and
worked at The White House and on two presidential campaigns.

An honors graduate of Ouachita Baptist University and the University of
Arkansas School of Law, he is an accredited member of the Public Relations
Society of America (PRSA) and International Association of Business
Communicators. He also serves as an advisory board member for UAMS
College of Public Health and past Little Rock Sister Cities Commission
chairman. Previously, he spearheaded efforts to mark the 300 th anniversary of
La Petite Roche, the French expedition up the Arkansas River that led to our
region’s namesake. During his year as president of the Rotary Club of Little
Rock, he launched the inaugural La Petite Roche Global Service Award
honoring the Little Rock Nine.

He previously served on the boards of Arkansas PRSA, IABC Arkansas, Big
Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arkansas and Arkansas’ Independent Colleges
& Universities. He was the 2020 recipient of Arkansas PRSA’s Crystal Award, an
internal award presented to chapter members who have made significant
and continuous contributions to the field of public relations. He is a graduate
of Leadership Arkansas (Class V), Leadership Greater Little Rock (Class XX)
and Delta Leadership Institute Executive Academy (Class 2017-2018) and
member of the Delta Leadership Network. He has been named to Arkansas
Business’ “Arkansas 250” and “40 Under 40” lists of influential Arkansans. He is
the co-founder of Hoops for Kids’ Sake, the annual bipartisan legislative
charity basketball game. He and his wife, Melissa, have two children, Presley
and Hudson.