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2019 June Mag.

2019 June Mag.




Noelle Jones is a gifted writer, brand innovator, public relations practitioner and serial entrepreneur who has worked in many industry sectors over the past 5 years. A lifelong lover of the arts and culture, Noelle is currently the Public Relations Manager at Atlanta-based integrated marketing agency You Are Here. In her role, Noelle helps to lead PR efforts for Fortune 500 companies around their sports and entertainment activations and initiatives. Previously, Noelle worked as the Public Relations Specialist at the High Museum of Art, one of the largest arts institutions in the Southeast.

Recently named one of Atlanta’s “Top Young Professionals” in the Atlanta Tribune’s May 2018 issue and named as a “Mover and Shaker” in South Fulton Lifestyle Magazine’s latest edition, Noelle is honored to push the culture of her hometown forward through the arts and various community initiatives. Noelle is a graduate of Howard University where she earned a B.A. in Print Journalism. She is also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and the Public Relations Society of America. Noelle enjoys supporting small business marketing and PR initiatives through her consulting company We Thrive Media, LLC and dabbling in event production through family-owned business AEE Productions.

Sandra Banks

From the Cradle to Magazine Cover! So Blessed to have known you all of your life and able to see you succeed! Much Love!

Dorothy Goines

So doggone proud of you Nicole. You’re a picture of success, representing us sista’s well. 👏🏽

Bettye Wilkes

Congratulations Noelle! Here’s wishing you continued success with your professional endeavors!! Beautiful photo!!

Patricia Varnell

Congratulations Noelle!
You look amazing!
Soooo proud of you and all your accomplishments!

Angela Farris Watkins

Absolutely gorgeous Noelle!! Show ‘em what you working with! So proud of you.

Nicole M. Adams

Congratulations Noelle! Great cover shot. Looking like a BOSS!

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