Andrea Reno Studio (ARS) offers marketing and event strategy consultation services for nonprofit and for-profit clients. Andrea’s longevity and diverse experience at an iconic, national nonprofit in Chicago focused on bringing high-profile, C-suite initiatives to fruition as a creative strategist, experience designer and trusted thought partner. Her expertise and passion for offering these same talents to her clients is fueled by best practices in marketing, brand amplification, conference and private event design and execution, engaging constituents, and improving operational efficiencies or team infrastructure to advance strategic priorities.

Complicated issues needing creative resolutions? Messy initiatives longing for an efficiency overhaul? A stagnant strategic vision lacking progress and accountability? These are the things Andrea and her team love to dive into. With thirty years executing hundreds of private and public events and strategic marketing initiatives, Andrea has a unique knack for taking what’s complex, simplifying it and creating outcomes that bring satisfaction and joy to clients by creatively delivering every facet of a project or an event.

Andrea possesses an entrepreneurial mindset that drives her to seek solutions, turn things inside out and ask a lot of strategic questions to get to what matters. She easily transitions between executive, consultant, and tactical roles to deliver the outcomes you desire.

Wait, it’s not just about strategic marketing and event engagement?That’s right! She most recently expanded ARS to offer voiceover for e-learning, corporate narration and explainer videos all recorded from her professional home studio. Andrea also expanded her consultation services, event experience and position as licensed ordained minister into wedding day management and officiating.

Andrea values humor, grit, kindness, authenticity, faith and meeting each day with optimism. She will gladly share more about her role as an advocate for kids in critical need of family support resources through a local nonprofit, CASA of Champaign County. She lights up on the topics of Franklin, her Golden Retriever, being of service to others, traveling adventures with family, sitting on a sunny beach, and breaking bread with friends, and manifesting the abundance of goodness God and our universe offers.