Bio

Baton Rouge native, Letrece Griffin, is a highly lauded communications professional and community advocate who works extensively in a variety of media. She is the Marketing Specialist and Intern Manager for the extremely popular, Knock Knock Children’s Museum, and Executive Producer for Melanin3 Media. She is the author of two books, “The Write Way: A 21-Day Interactive Journey to Self-Love and Awareness” and “The G Code: 15 Keys to Successful Marketing & Branding.” She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication from Loyola University and a Master of Science degree in Entertainment Business from Full Sail University.

Griffin is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and a charter member of The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. – Metropolitan Baton Rouge Chapter. Outside of her various membership duties, she independently volunteers to facilitate self-esteem workshops for the Outstanding Mature Girlz Conference, has assisted communities with food insecurity through Top Box Foods, and coordinated efforts for a concert to benefit It Takes a Village, among other empowering outreach work. 

She has been featured in [225]Greater Baton Rouge Business Report, and The Rouge Collection, and was recently named to Baton Rouge Area Chamber’s 2020 Leadership Baton Rouge Cohort. Her awards are many and include Woman of Wonder (2019, Houston, TX), Baton Rouge Black Professionals 40 under 40 (2015, Baton Rouge), Top Branding Experts on Twitter (2014, EC Branding), and Manager of the Year (2013, One Accord DJ Alliance).