Lyceus Group



Our Philosophy

Your company’s story is more than who you are and what you do; it’s a philosophical statement about the present and future.

In ancient Athens, philosophers gathered at the Lyceum, a small grove named after Apollo Lyceus, to discuss philosophy and share ideas. Today, technology offers a variety of communication options and we’re no longer limited to sharing ideas in one location. Company’s must distribute their ideas  through newsletters, blogs, social media, broadcast communications, radio, podcast, videos, op-eds, and more.

Lyceus helps you develop a strategy for distributing your philosophy to the right audience through public relations, content distribution, brand development, and copy writing.

Our Team 

Dedicated to bringing your philosophy to life…

Tucker Slosburg


Before launching Lyceus Group, Tucker worked on the communications desk and oversaw public relations and brand stewardship for Smead Capital Management. Previously, he worked at a wealth management firm and developed their digital marketing and communications strategy. Tucker also wrote a weekly column on the intersection of millennials and the economy for the Idaho Business Review. He holds an M.Ed. from Vanderbilt University and a B.A. from Hampshire College.

Rex Carlin

Account Executive

Rex Carlin comes to Lyceus Group after running his own public relations shop, Carlin Media Solutions, where he serviced clients in the real estate, mortgage, and startup spaces. Early in his career, Rex worked as a television news reporter in Missoula, MT (KTMF-ABC) and Tri-Cities, WA (KNDU-NBC). Prior to his television news career, Rex worked as a radio news reporter for KQQQ, the CBS Radio affiliate in Pullman, WA. Rex attended Washington State University in Pullman, WA, where he graduated with a B.A. from the Murrow College of Communication.

Rob Jesselson

Account Executive

Rob has extensive experience working in all media platforms with an expertise in television and digital media. After building an ABC affiliate up from nothing in Bozeman, MT, Rob spent several years as a sports broadcaster in Tri-Cities, WA (KNDU-NBC) and Spokane, WA (KHQ-NBC). He attended Southern Illinois University Carbondale and graduated with a degree in mass communications, radio and television.