Welcome to 2017, DFW Black Women in Communications! Our first event of the year features Noelle LeVeaux of Noelle LeVeaux Concept, and she's ready to help you change your perspective.
"You love what you do. You're good at it. But how do you become your very best. Let's talk about how being your authentic self is your super power. How to differentiate and establish yourself in a crowded industry. How to take the next step no matter what it is."
Noelle LeVeaux is the CEO of Noelle LeVeaux Concepts, a marketing strategies and brand development firm where she focuses on helping organizations and people take their brand to the next level by maximizing their marketing teams and their efforts. She also owns a professional speaking, teaching and consulting business, which she launched with a talk entitled “Asleep at the Wheel” at TEDXSMU in October 2015.
Her entrepreneurial journey follows 22 years in corporate America, most recently as the Chief Marketing Officer at Visit Dallas, the marketing arm of the City of Dallas. As CMO, Noelle launched the BIG Campaign to rebrand Dallas, a campaign which garnered her several awards, including the DFW American Marketing Association Marketer of the Year in Branding and a regional Addy for Integrated Campaigns. Prior to joining Visit Dallas, she served as the interim vice president of marketing/public relations for Children’s Medical Center Dallas, where she co-produced a 13-part television documentary for the local ABC affiliate, WFAA.
Noelle’s other accolades include being listed as one of the 50 top travel marketers in the world by the online travel publication Skift (2013), named one of D CEO’s Dallas 500 most powerful business leaders in DFW (2016 & 2017), included as one of the top minority business leaders in Dallas by Dallas Business Journal (2014) and making the finalist list for CMO of the Year from DFW American Marketing Association (2014).
Noelle received her Bachelor of Science in mathematics from Spelman College in Atlanta. She is the mother of two girls, Sydney (12) and Jordan (8). In 2010, she published a children’s picture book entitled, I Miss You When I Sleep. In 2014, Noelle was diagnosed with breast cancer and is sharing what that experience has taught her through her blog, Confessions of a Single Mom with Cancer.