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Founder/CEO of The Mompreneur Nation
Are you ready to follow your dreams and launch out into the wild unknown? Entrepreneurship is a fun journey. My heart is to encourage, inspire and champion Moms in this entrepreneur life we're living. I do that through coaching and providing digital marketing and strategic planning support. Are you ready to connect 1:1?
Contact me: [email protected]
I genuinely thought I would have babies, find a good daycare and go back to a 9-5 in news. Though I deeply longed for the flexibility of an entrepreneur, I really didn't believe I was cut out for it.
I quickly learned, God created me with everything I needed to live the God-sized dreams He placed within me. I now lean on His opinion of me and not my own.
My passion project. Had I been told years ago this is where I'd be, I wouldn't believe you! Things like this didn't exist then. I am so glad it does now.
My life is so much better because of the life-time friends I've made through this adventure. I promise yours will be too.
Megan Howard Kelly, a Baton Rouge native, is most passionate about being a wife and a Mommy. Her other loves are all things creative, with a special love for videography, storytelling and design. She is the founder and owner of The Mompreneur Nation formerly known as Baton Rouge Mompreneurs.
Megan holds a bachelors degree in mass communication - Broadcast Journalism from Southern University A&M.
She began her career in the news broadcast field as a TV producer/reporter for the CBS affiliate WAFB-TV, Channel 9, in Baton Rouge, for several years learning the market and developing lasting relationships. Megan is a graduate of Leadership Baton Rouge 2017-18 and a student in Marie Forleo's top rated B-School.
Additionally, she served 16 years as the Creative Director of Encounter Church training volunteers and overseeing website development, graphic design, branding, video production, social media and marketing.
In the beginning of the entrepreneurial journey, she, along with her husband Trey, owned a wedding videography company.