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Laurel Mintz

Founder & CEO
Elevate My Brand

Laurel Mintz works with prestigious global brands including Zendesk, PAW Patrol, Public House Restaurant Group, Bassett, iCoffee and Susan G. Komen. She founded Elevate My Brand, a digital marketing and live events agency, in 2009, sits on the board of directors for the American Heart Association, NAWBO-LA and the Fender Music Foundation. In addition, she is a mentor for The Women’s Global Leaders Initiative and Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship. Laurel received LA Business Journal’s 2016 Women In Business Award, Comerica Bank & LA Lakers 2015 Women of Promise Award, and was nomi­nated for Ernst and Young’s 2015 Entrepreneur of the Year Award. She also runs an exclusive networking group, “The Taste Salon.” In addition, Laurel host a weekly show through Business Rockstars interviewing top female CEOs, which reaches 36 million listeners nationwide and was recently picked up by KDOC. Her published work can be found in Entrepreneur, USA Today, The American Marketing Association and C-Suite Quarterly Magazine, as well as a regular column appropriately entitled “On Brand” for Inc. Laurel received her B.A. from UCSB and J.D., M.B.A. from Rutgers University.

 

 

 



Laurel Mintz works with prestigious global brands including Zendesk, PAW Patrol, Public House Restaurant Group, Bassett, iCoffee and Susan G. Komen. She founded Elevate My Brand, a digital marketing and live events agency, in 2009, sits on the board of directors for the American Heart Association, NAWBO-LA and the Fender Music Foundation. In addition, she is a mentor for The Women's Global Leaders Initiative and Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship. Laurel received LA Business Journal's 2016 Women In Business Award, Comerica Bank & LA Lakers 2015 Women of Promise Award, and was nomi­nated for Ernst and Young's 2015 Entrepreneur of the Year Award. She also runs an exclusive networking group, "The Taste Salon." In addition, Laurel host a weekly show through Business Rockstars interviewing top female CEOs, which reaches 36 million listeners nationwide and was recently picked up by KDOC. Her published work can be found in Entrepreneur, USA Today, The American Marketing Association and C-Suite Quarterly Magazine, as well as a regular column appropriately entitled "On Brand" for Inc. Laurel received her B.A. from UCSB and J.D., M.B.A. from Rutgers University.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 



 

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