Loryn Wilson Carter is a digital media strategist and writer who applies her skills at developing digital strategies toward a range of nonprofit, advocacy, and corporate initiatives — particularly those seeking to improve their outreach to people of color and women.
Before joining The Raben Group, Loryn was a senior strategist at Meridian Solutions, where she was a leader in business development, client relations, and marketing. Prior to that, Loryn designed social media campaigns and SMS campaigns for NAACP, Center for Community Change, YWCA USA, and the National Education Association. She is the author of Win the Internet: The Remix: An updated guide to social media best practices, and her writing has been featured in Talk Poverty, SheKnows, Revelist.com.
Loryn aims to encourage other women to pursue their dreams with boldness and creativity, and enjoys sharing, as inspiration, the story of how she used social media to crowdsource a job after being laid off. She is the co-founder of Black Girl Digital, a community for Black women who work in digital careers, and has a passion for addressing the lack of diversity in the digital media industry. Loryn is a graduate of George Washington University and an active member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Born and raised in South Central Los Angeles, she loves to cook, go to concerts, collect vinyl records, practice yoga, and travel.