Lovell Brigham is Founder and Principal of B. Unlimited Communications, LLC, a professional development agency aimed at assisting individuals and organizations in reaching their goals. The best example of her expertise has been her own career which has spanned many different arenas with success found in each area. She uses this same knowledge to encourage others to chase their dreams. She is a featured speaker for conferences and training presentations.
She has spent much of her professional career in higher education managing local and national accounts in the Dallas area. Previously, she served as National Vice President of Cultural Health Initiatives for the American Heart Association. In this capacity, her responsibilities included providing strategic direction for the Association at the national level while also providing guidance to affiliates across the country.
Prior to joining the American Heart Association, Lovell received a Presidential Political Appointment that first took her to Washington, DC. She served at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services where she was Director of Communications to former Secretary Donna E. Shalala and was the primary contact for all broadcast interviews. Additionally, she was a Senior Advisor for Outreach Relations for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health.
She was also the Vice President in the Health and Medical Practice of Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide in Washington, DC, where she utilized her prior experience to develop strategic marketing opportunities for government clients. She is also a former television news anchor and reporter in Southeast Texas, where she hosted the area’s first half-hour morning news show.
She holds a Doctorate of Education in Leadership and Management from Capella University, a Master of Arts in Professional Development from Dallas Baptist University and a degree in Broadcast Journalism from Texas Christian University.