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Noella Hwande

Marketing Analyst

Noella Hwande

Marketing Analyst

Biography

Noella joined the Plancorp team in 2017 with a background in marketing and event management as our Marketing Coordinator. Born and raised in Zimbabwe, she moved to St. Louis to attend college.

In 2019, she became our Marketing Analyst, taking on a bigger role with our communication initiatives and planning all our Plancorp events. In her previous position, she supported local events such as the St. Louis Regional Chamber Annual Event, the Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital’s Cancer Frontier Fund Gala and TEDx St. Louis Women (where she also shared her story with more than 1,600 attendees).

In her spare time, Noella enjoys learning about social entrepreneurship, particularly as it relates to products that have the potential to solve community-based problems. She loves to travel and counts Dubai, South Africa, Malaysia and England among her favorite destinations. An insatiable learner, Noella also takes every chance she gets to meet with mentors and other inspirational leaders who are making their mark on the city.

Community Involvement
  • United Way GenNext (Young Professionals)
  • Junior Achievment Young Professionals Board Memeber
  • A.R.C Angels Foundation

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