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Megan H. Kelly


Born and raised in Baton Rouge, Megan Howard Kelly is a proud wife, and mom to three beautiful children. She is passionate about creative endeavors, especially those related to branding and web design.  


Megan is the founder and owner of MHK, a branding company that helps small businesses tell their story, develop a memorable brand, and display their story and brand through their website. MHK also offers strategic public relations and crisis management.  


In addition to MHK, Megan is the founder and CEO of The Mompreneur Nation, an international online group that provides networking, support and education for moms who own their own business. Megan founded the group with the goal of helping moms live their best life, and supporting them in having a career without sacrificing family time.  


The group began locally in October 2018 and later expanded nationally and then internationally. Their goal is to connect, equip, and empower mompreneurs locally, nationally, and globally.  


Megan began her career in the news broadcast field as a TV producer and reporter for the CBS affiliate, WAFB-TV in Baton Rouge. She worked there for several years, learning the market and developing lasting relationships. Her experience there also helped her develop her ability to ensure her clients are newsworthy.   


After leaving the news industry, Megan served as the creative director of Encounter Church for 16 years, where she oversaw website development, graphic design, branding, video production, social media and marketing. Before founding MHK, Megan and her husband Trey owned a wedding videography company.  


Megan has a bachelors degree in mass communication from Southern University A&M.  In 2018, she graduated from Leadership Baton Rouge.    


Megan is a passionate advocate for victims of domestic violence. As a survivor, she believes it's important to speak up and end the silence and stigma that surrounds the victims of domestic violence.  

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