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Linda Lorelle

Linda Lorelle, Founder and CEO of Linda Lorelle Media, is best known as an Emmy Award-winning journalist who anchored the evening news for nearly 17 years at Houston’s NBC affiliate, KPRC-TV. Linda is also a two-time winner of the prestigious national Gracie Award, given by the American Women in Radio and Television.

Since opening her firm in 2009, the Stanford graduate has garnered an extensive roster of Fortune 500 clients, NGOs and educational institutions. They call upon her expertise to find and tell the Story within the Message, creating multimedia content for corporate, online and broadcast communications. Linda works across all industries, C-suites and issues as a content producer, community convener, expert media trainer, executive coach and crisis communications consultant. She is also an in-demand keynote speaker, emcee and panel moderator, skilled at commanding an audience.

In 2018, Linda expanded upon her journalism roots and launched the award-winning podcast, Our Voices Matter, dedicated to reminding us of our common humanity by sharing our stories. Her podcast conversations align with much of her community work to bridge our divides, including that as a board member of the Washington, DC-based non-profit, Convergence, and an advisory board member of Holocaust Museum Houston.

Linda and her husband, Lou Gregory, co-founded their own non-profit, Linda Lorelle Scholarship Fund, almost 32 years ago. They have awarded $4.6 million+ in college scholarships and life skills training to more than 370 Houston area students. Five Lorelle Scholars, as well as their daughter, Lindsey, now sit on the Board of Directors and are set to usher in LLSF 2.0, a new era for the non-profit. On September 30, 2023, the official handoff of the organization takes place at the LLSF Legacy Gala: Paying It Forward.

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