Linda Lorelle is best known as an Emmy Award-winning journalist who anchored the evening news for nearly 17 years at Houston’s NBC affiliate, KPRC-TV. Linda is also a two-time winner of the prestigious national Gracie Award, given by the American Women in Radio and Television, as well as numerous other local and national awards.
These days you will find the Stanford graduate running her multimedia production company, Lorelle Media, and serving as a Principal in Outreach Strategists, a full-service communications and public affairs firm. Linda maintains an on-air presence as anchor of the weekly political talk show, “Red, White & Blue” on Houston PBS. Lorelle Media is known for its masterful video storytelling, creating compelling content for corporate and non-profit clients as well as for broadcast and online distribution. Clients turn to Linda and her partners at Outreach Strategists for all aspects of strategic communications and customized consulting services that capitalize on the company’s vast network of global contacts.
Linda is passionate about helping others and is extremely involved in supporting numerous organizations. As a result, her contributions to the Houston community have been recognized in recent years through a variety of awards: M.D. Anderson’s Loving Hearts Caring Hands Award, the Houston Treasure Award, the Chron’s & Colitis Gold Key Award and the Whitney M. Young Humanitarian Award, among others. Linda was named a Woman of Distinction in 2010 and was inducted into the first class of the Greater Houston Women’s Hall of Fame in 2009. She now serves on their Board of Directors. Linda’s passion for children and education led her to co-found the Linda Lorelle Scholarship Fund with her husband, Lou Gregory, 24 years ago. The LLSF targets high school juniors with average grades from challenging backgrounds, and provides them comprehensive support to succeed at the collegiate level and in the workforce. To date, the LLSF has awarded $3.8 million in college scholarships to Houston area students.
After helping so many others navigate the college process, Linda and Lou recently went through the process themselves. Their 20-year-old daughter, Lindsey, is a junior at Texas Christian University pursuing a business degree in Entrepreneurial Management. And Linda is combatting the “empty nest syndrome” by keeping busy with work and hitting the ballroom dance floor as often as possible!
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