Lori Ohlmann




With years of event management, public relations, and strategic marketing experience for local, regional, and national accounts in consumer and business-to-business markets, Lori heads the Client Services function of the agency. In addition to her outstanding tactical marketing skills, Lori has been a thought leader for several major Ohlmann Group clients. She has helped them plot a course through times of transition and tremendous change. As well-known as Lori is for her work in the marketing services agency world, her accomplishments outside the industry are even more far-reaching. Lori’s leading work with NCBTM, an independent certification organization, and the Polaris Project spurred legislative change during a time when few people were aware of the proliferation of human trafficking networks.

Lori has served on numerous local, non-profit boards, including Ronald McDonald House as well as past-president for the Dayton Suicide Prevention Center. Currently, Lori is a court-appointed special advocate (CASA) for juveniles in Montgomery Country. In this capacity, she befriends children who have entered the court system through no fault of their own and provides a voice for what is in their best interest.

If Lori were not in the advertising business, she would own a florist shop … anything to do with flowers and gardening would suit her just fine.