Founder and CEO, Lucenti
Lucienne is the Founder and Chief Strategist of Lucenti, a strategic positioning firm that creates and deploys innovative strategies to help companies solve challenging problems and discover new opportunities. Lucenti leverages its expertise in communications, reputation management, public relations, branding and social media intelligence to advance their client’s goals. They offer strategic positioning, consulting services, crisis management services, communications, public relations and social listening services. Lucenti leverages data for their clients to learn from stakeholders, provide insights into what is important to them and why, and creates programs to impact, support and drive change. Lucienne and Lucenti seek to drive change by substituting advertising dollars for community investment dollars, resulting in a triple bottom line to its stakeholders, as employees are more loyal and clients become advocates. Lucienne, who started her career as a reporter, previously held senior positions in marketing, public relations and communications for a public financial services company where she developed numerous successful corporate social responsibility platforms, including “Women of Success,” which created more than 40 new women-owned businesses and over 70 new jobs. Lucienne has created more than 10 women economic development programs throughout her career, including Animus, the largest women’s economic development platform for Latinas. At Animus’ annual event, Lucienne has interviewed key leaders and trailblazers including Justice Sonia Sotomayor, EGOT winner and icon Rita Moreno and Olympic Gold medalist Monica Puig. Lucienne has received more than 50 awards, including the American Banking Association’s “Social Impact Award,” SME’s “Top Management Award” and PR News’ “Community Relations Professional of the Year”. The Puerto Rico Senate Commission on Women Issues has also recognized Lucienne for her achievements. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Business from Tulane University and has completed executive studies at The Wharton School. Lucienne is a member of Golden Seeds, Association Hecho in Puerto Rico (Made in Puerto Rico), Women Empowered Puerto Rico, and has served as a board member of the Council on the Environment of New York City. She is also an alumna of the Vital Voices Global Ambassadors Program (GAP) from the 2019 program in Puerto Rico.