With every engagement we provide an honest assessment of the opportunities and challenges ahead. We work to develop plans that maximize benefits at an agreed budget and advance the client’s goals. In short, we bring clients our best thinking and the benefit of our experience. Our goal is to provide the best return on the time, energy and capital that companies invest to achieve their strategic goals.
President and founder
Terry McWilliams created Mozaic Investor Relations, Inc. in 1997 to help public companies develop and execute effective investor relations programs and to provide communications expertise to private companies and other organizations.
He has created and directed communications programs and projects for a diverse client base, including Turning Point Brands, Inc., Vectren/SIGCORP, Dollar General Corporation, Genlyte Group, PNC Bank and Dispatches Europe.
His international experience includes work with Capital MS&L, an international IR firm based in London. He also wrote for the U.S. and international editions of Investor Relations Magazine, and while in Tokyo, established relationships with economic development officials and corporate communications agencies.
Terry has worked closely with several professional organizations involved in capital formation and finance. He is a founding board member of the Kentucky chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth, and served as a director of the Louisville venture capital group Venture Connectors and the Real Estate Venture Exchange. Today, he serves as administrator for the Louisville chapter of Financial Executives International and the ACG Kentucky chapter.
Prior to his IR career, Terry enjoyed a successful career as a journalist. He served as a regional correspondent for The Wall Street Journal and contributor to USA Today during his time as a reporter for the Knoxville Journal. At the Asbury Park (N.J.) Press he covered insurance and energy for the business desk. His reporting excellence was recognized by the Knoxville Society of Professional Journalists and Tennessee Press Association.
A Louisville native, Terry earned an M.B.A. in marketing (and a concentration in finance) from the University of Tennessee and a bachelor degree in journalism from the University of Kentucky.
President, Pro Communications
Pro Communications provides ongoing expertise and staffing for Mozaic projects, including public relations, graphic design and administrative matters. Based in Louisville, Pro Communications works with leading healthcare, hospitality and technology companies to strategize, plan and implement marketing, communications and public relations programs.
Provancher has received the PRSA/IABC Landmarks of Excellence Award in Electronic Communications and Technical Writing categories and was named a Hot 10 Advertising, Marketing & PR Executive by the Louisville Advertising Federation. She was also named a 2014 Forty Under 40 leader by Business First and a ‘Way to Go’ Woman in 2014 by Today’s Woman magazine. Sarah has been very active in the community, having served as a board member of the Metro Parks Foundation, the Louisville chapter of NAWBO, and the Louisville Concours d’Elegance/Brooklawn Child & Family Services. She is currently a board member of Habitat for Humanity and Habitat ReStore, and is a member of the Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Jiro Hashimoto offers a corporate perspective gained from three decades as the lead corporate recruiter and economic development representative for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. His work brought several Japanese companies to Kentucky, including Toyota Motor Corporation’s multi-million-dollar decision to build its first independent U.S. manufacturing and assembly plant in Georgetown, Ky. A graduate of the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Jiro earned a BA in international relations. In 2018, Hashimoto published his second book explaining English idioms and phrases for Japanese speakers.
A management graduate of the University of Louisville, Megan consults with Mozaic on planning and management of special events. Her background includes the development and management of INVEST conferences in Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Florida and Pittsburgh, including facility selection, publication development and associated tasks. She lives in Louisville with her husband Ainsley and sons Jensen and Jozy.