On set for a designer photo shoot for an boutique online. For this project I hired the photographer, the models and rented the facility.The photos were used to advertise the boutique's clothing across multiple social media platforms.
LIGHTS... CAMERA... ACTION
In 2014, a Los Angeles based celebrity-acting coach wanted to conduct a two-week acting workshop in Atlanta, but had no connections to Atlanta's talent.
Create dynamic liquid content to market, engage celebrities and advertise client's 2-week workshop across multiple social media platforms.
Academy Winner Octavia Spencer and Academy Nominated Taraji P Henson assisted with social media engagement
2-week day workshop SOLD OUT
Evening workshop added and SOLD OUT
Children’s class SOLD OUT
1-Day Intensive class SOLD OUT
Multiple 1:1 session requests
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Director | Producer
"I produced an acting workshop and I needed a way to reach more actors. I hired Leslie to help me market the workshop and improve my social media presence. She has amazing insight into branding/ marketing and she was so patient with me and my limited understanding of social media. Because of Leslie, our evening class sold out and we had to open a day class and a Saturday class for kids. If you want your business to grow then Leslie is the go-to person. She is easy to work with and she knows her stuff!!!"
Digital... Social... Mobile Savvy
PASSIONATE... RELENTLESS... RESILIENT... COMMITTED
Please enjoy some of the creative ways Leslie has engaged celebrities, leaders and general followers across multiple social media platforms.
Weapons of choice: Twitter, Periscope, Instagram & more
Motto: "This is just the beginning of our social interaction."
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In 2015, Leslie leveraged several of her celebrity connections to cross-promote The Black Women Film Network's first summit in Atlanta, GA.
Using multiple social media platforms, Leslie successfully leveraged her celebrity relationships with Actor Laman Rucker of Tyler Perry's "Why Did I Get Married", Actress, Charity Jordan of Ava Duvernay's "Selma" and V103 Radio Host, Stacii Jae to help promote brand and event awareness; while building her client's social media communities by more than 200%.
During the 3 days of the Black Women Film Summit, I tripled my client's Instagram following and engaged multiple Corporate sponsors and celebrities who not only began following our client on multiple social media platforms, but the interaction resulted in future business.
Leslie M. Greene is an outstanding professional. She is astute at organizing, marketing, and media. I worked with her in my capacity as Executive Director of the BronzeLens Film Festival. Her expertise was key as I navigated options for funding. I highly recommend her.
FilmMaker | Founder
Bronze Lens Film Festival
& Black Women Film Network
"We are the Dr. Divas and we needed consultation on marketing and branding our internet radio show and what we could do to take our show to the next level of excellence. Leslie gave us some great feedback on where our show is currently, provided us with action steps we should be taking in the next few months, and what we need to consider for the future of Dr. Divas. We were very impressed with her services and her industry knowledge."
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Imaginative & Compelling Writing
In 1998 with the creation of a newly created email campaign platform, Constant Contact, Leslie designed and created unique email campaigns for Atlanta area plays, concerts and film screenings. Using this grassroots marketing tool at the time, Leslie's email database grew rapidly. Within six months of launching email campaigns for Tyler Perry's Madea plays, Leslie's active email data-base grew to over 3K active users and within the first year there were more than 5k active email recipients.
Ticket sales increased dramatically and group tickets more than tripled in sales thanks to email campaigns, event specific contests and giveaways, often leading to SOLD OUT shows.
In 2005, hard work paid off, Rolling out Magazine wrote an article highlighting Leslie's marketing shrewdness and creativity.
In 2006, Leslie began using her email database to obtain extras for film and television projects being shot in Atlanta. In April of that year, using email campaigns, Leslie delivered more than 1500 extras in two days to the film set for "Stomp the Yard" which ranked #1 in sales opening weekend.