Loren Rochelle is the CEO and Co-Founder of NOM, a video data and technology company that empowers brands to reach the full potential of their media buys across social platforms. Loren brings her extensive experience to NOM, with over 10 years in the video distribution space. Loren is a passionate leader with a vision, refusing to settle for anything less than revolutionary. Before bringing NOM to life, Loren led accounts at several thriving video startups, building their client base and capabilities from the ground up. After working at places like Channel Factory, Giant Media (acquired by AdKnowledge) and Feed Company, it was clear to Loren that the blaring data and transparency issues she witnessed were industry-wide. Disenchanted, Loren left to form her own company, NOM, in 2014, and has since dedicated her career to finding better, more transparent ways to achieve client success, proving that some systems were meant to be broken. At age 28, after just 2 years at NOM, Loren was named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list for Marketing and Advertising, as well as Agency Spotter’s Top Marketers in Los Angeles. And she’s only getting started. 

Past Clients: Red Bull, Mozilla, Adidas, Ford, Nestle, Nissan, Honda, Volkswagen, Toyota, GE, Tanqueray, Maker’s Mark, Beefeater, Logitech, Microsoft, eBay, Intel, Dutch Tourism, Orbitz, Expedia, Air New Zealand, ConAgra, Nestle, Levi Strauss & Co, Pom Wonderful, Summer’s Eve, CLIF Bar, HEAD Tennis, Capital One, Taco Bell, TaylorMade, Kraft and more.

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