Lorrie Thomas Ross MALorrie Thomas Ross is a marketing optimization expert, coach, speaker, educator, and lifestyle business owner who loves supporting intentional leaders.

She is the CEO (that’s Chief Enthusiasm Officer) of Web Marketing Therapy®, a full-service marketing agency that diagnoses, prescribes, and guides healthy marketing solutions. Web Marketing Therapy’s work ensures marketing treats the cause (vs. band-aiding symptoms) so all marketing pieces are a sound investment. Lorrie is also known as The Marketing Therapist® for her healthy advice, stress-free guidance, and tough-love approach. (She is known to stage interventions if a client is making themselves a danger to themselves and others). She loves to work without walls. Lorrie and her team operate out of 5 different states serving fabulous clients throughout the US.

Her love for happy, healthy, wealthy web-based, virtual business (and over 15 years of experience doing it successfully!) inspired her to launch Wild Web Women®, a company that helps women become wildly successful web-based business owners. Guiding and coaching women on how to root, sow sustainable businesses to support the lifestyles they want and deserve is so rewarding!

Forbes Member BadgeShe also has a lot to say and share! Lorrie loves to speak on a number of marketing, career, and business-related topics. She is based in Atlanta, Georgia and loves creating custom talks and training sessions. Her Five Factors for Marketing Success and markeding® approach transforms marketing.

Lorrie holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Management from Antioch University Santa Barbara. She’s a member of Entrepreneurs’ Organization. And sometimes people publish stuff she says. Her thought leadership has been quoted in publications including INC, Forbes, SUCCESS Magazine, Entrepreneur and Fast Company.

She is a California girl (born and raised) now living and loving life in Georgia. She loves to unplug with family, her fur babies (two rescue cats and a tiny rescue dog), and friends… preferably outside… over a great meal… and a fabulous glass (or two!) of wine.