Alexis Trammell

Alexis Trammell

Account Executive



The University of Oklahoma
Graduated cum laude
Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
Concentration: Public Relations
Minors: Business and English Literature


Before serving as an account lead, Alexis joined the Freestyle team as a digital marketing strategist. Alexis previously worked as an intern in the account service department of Saxum in Oklahoma City for two terms.

During her time at the University of Oklahoma, she wrote newsletters, feature stories and press releases for the marketing and communications department of OU Outreach, and she served as an account lead at Lindsey + Asp Advertising and Public Relations Agency in Gaylord College.

Alexis has also interned at World Literature Today magazine and assisted in Norman’s Jazz in June music festival through her internship at LevyMart Public Relations.

Contact Info

A: 2200 N Broadway St, Moore, OK
T: 405.703.4110


Alexis Trammell

As an account executive, Alexis has a passion for embracing a challenge. She employs her driven attitude to ensure that Freestyle is delivering the maximum value to our clients by telling their story in the way best received by the target audience. Motivated by the opportunity to learn and succeed, this OU alum from Tulsa, Oklahoma graduated cum laude from the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication with a degree in public relations, and she hits the ground running in every project she touches.


In her free time, Alexis enjoys binging on Netflix, TED Talks or books, going on outdoor adventures with her family and friends, volunteering at the local food bank and road tripping. She considers eating food and critiquing commercials hobbies. Alexis has been to her fair share of concerts and music festivals, and she is always planning her next big trip.

If you were a Disney princess, who would you be?

I would be Belle because this heroine sees the good in everyone, she loves to read and she’s no damsel in distress who needs saving–no matter what Gaston thought.

What’s the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

I have been kayaking through Pont du Gard, hiking along Cinque Terre, biking in Amsterdam, swimming in the Swiss Alps and lost in Tijuana but the most adventurous thing would have to be my first trip abroad when I studied and traveled throughout Brazil for a month with a bunch of strangers and went hang gliding in Rio de Janeiro.

Which novels have made the biggest impact in your life so far?
In Cold Blood by Truman Capote
The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert M. Pirsig