Lakeithea Nicole helps small business owners with PR & more

lakeithea1Brand and Marketing/PR Consultant, Lakeithea Nicole, started teaching with NCE this Spring and we are excited to have her back for Content Writing for Small Businesses and Public Relations this summer! Learn more about Lakeithea below:

What neighborhood or area of town do you live in?: Donelson

Why do you teach at Nashville Community Education?
I love being able to share my love and knowledge with the Nashville community. Nashville Community Education gives the community the opportunity to learn from each other and a space to grow. Small Business growth is something I am very passionate about and I also understand that not all small businesses can afford to hire someone to come in and create online content and do Public Relations for them. I love being able to teach ways to make it easier and efficient for them so that way they can grow and hire eventually.

Although you are teaching a class, what have you learned through students or others?NCE Spring 17 classes-196
Nashville is such a diverse community and that’s also for business. There are so many people looking to grow and build right here in Nashville. My first time teaching I learned that Nashville really is made up of creatives at heart who believes that this city has the potential to birth dreams, jobs and growth in many industries.

If you weren’t teaching a class, what class would you be taking OR what class are you taking in addition to teaching?
I would love to take French class! I took French I in college. I think it would be great to fully speak and read in French.

What’s one thing we would be surprised to learn about you?
I am obsessed with trying to learn how to be a Hallmark movie actress! {LOL} no really! I am.

What’s the last book, podcast, or blog you read or listened to?
Chop Wood, Carry Water. It’s an amazing book rewritten by Joshua Medcalf that teaches you to love the process of becoming great.

Favorite back road to get around town?
Pennington Bend Road out by Opry Mills has this one section I drive through that for just a minute gives me a feeling like I’m living in the country. With blooming trees, the shadow of the trees in the spring, or the snow covered trees in the winter and the fall is beautiful. But once you pass that you are reminded you are living in a blooming city.

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