Meet Laura Rabell

Chief Creativity Officer at Rabell Creative

Laura is an experienced digital marketing strategist and the co-founder of Rabell Creative.

She graduated with honors from the University of West Florida in Pensacola with a degree in Interdisciplinary Humanities. Since earning her Google Partner certification in 2014, she has specialized in designing WordPress websites and helping nonprofits go digital to reach more people and do more good with the Google Ad Grant.

Laura is passionate about amplifying each nonprofit organization’s mission and message in the digital world. She also enjoys giving back to the WordPress community and has been invited to speak at industry conferences such as WordCamp Boston and WordCamp Raleigh on topics related to running a successful web design agency. She enjoys mentoring other aspiring web developers and also volunteering to help nonprofits with their technology through Apparo.

Staying active in the community, Laura was one of the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) official Faces of Hope for the 2020 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Nashville; plans fundraising events for organizations such as MusiCares, Music Health Alliance and Gideon’s Army; and volunteers with Hands On Nashville.

Back in Charlotte, she previously chaired the ACS Relay for Life of Mecklenburg County event; served as a weekly classroom mentor at Thompson Child & Family Focus; ran in the Chicago Marathon to benefit Hope Worldwide; co-founded the MS Movers & Shakers young professionals of the MS Society; served the Charlotte Junior Chamber as Chair of Community Development; served on the inaugural event planning committee for CreativeMornings/Charlotte; and more. She also volunteered at Jonathan Fields’ Camp Good Life Project (GLP).

In previous roles in the financial services industry, she and her husband, E.J. Rabell, Jr., were honored for their volunteer work planning the Great Gatsby Gala in Charlotte, awarded a $10,000 grant for the National MS Society by the Invest In Others Charitable Foundation, and rang the opening bell at the NASDAQ stock exchange.

After growing up in Pensacola, Florida, and working in Charlotte, North Carolina, for more than ten years, she now resides in Nashville, Tennessee, and nurtures a lifelong love of music by writing songs, singing and playing the guitar in her spare time.

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Meet Laura Rabell

Chief Creativity Officer at Rabell Creative

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Laura is an experienced digital marketing strategist and the co-founder of Rabell Creative.

She graduated with honors from the University of West Florida in Pensacola with a degree in Interdisciplinary Humanities. Since earning her Google Partner certification in 2014, she has specialized in designing WordPress websites and helping nonprofits go digital to reach more people and do more good with the Google Ad Grant.

Laura is passionate about amplifying each nonprofit organization’s mission and message in the digital world. She also enjoys giving back to the WordPress community and has been invited to speak at industry conferences such as WordCamp Boston and WordCamp Raleigh on topics related to running a successful web design agency. She enjoys mentoring other aspiring web developers and also volunteering to help nonprofits with their technology through Apparo.

Staying active in the community, Laura was one of the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) official Faces of Hope for the 2020 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Nashville; plans fundraising events for organizations such as MusiCares, Music Health Alliance and Gideon’s Army; and volunteers with Hands On Nashville.

Back in Charlotte, she previously chaired the ACS Relay for Life of Mecklenburg County event; served as a weekly classroom mentor at Thompson Child & Family Focus; ran in the Chicago Marathon to benefit Hope Worldwide; co-founded the MS Movers & Shakers young professionals of the MS Society; served the Charlotte Junior Chamber as Chair of Community Development; served on the inaugural event planning committee for CreativeMornings/Charlotte; and more. She also volunteered at Jonathan Fields’ Camp Good Life Project (GLP).

In previous roles in the financial services industry, she and her husband, E.J. Rabell, Jr., were honored for their volunteer work planning the Great Gatsby Gala in Charlotte, awarded a $10,000 grant for the National MS Society by the Invest In Others Charitable Foundation, and rang the opening bell at the NASDAQ stock exchange.

After growing up in Pensacola, Florida, and working in Charlotte, North Carolina, for more than ten years, she now resides in Nashville, Tennessee, and nurtures a lifelong love of music by writing songs, singing and playing the guitar in her spare time.

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