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 with marketing companies become wildly successful business owners. Guiding and coaching creative 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.