Lorielle Broussard began her career as a stylist/costume designer for TV, film and music while she was a student at Spelman College. She also co-founded and was the CEO and designer of Barack the Vote, LLC. She was responsible for managing and executing the creative direction of the company as well as overseeing its day-to-day operations.
Lorielle has been exposed to the many different career paths that TV & film have to offer. She began her path in TV working on “Tyler Perry’s ‘House of Payne’;” to name a few others, she worked on “Law & Order: Los Angeles” in the costumes department and also as the Costume Coordinator on ABC’s “Body of Proof.” She also was a producer as well as the costume designer for “Purple Stuff TV”, a current news comedy sketch web-series, created by Brandon Broussard.
Lorielle Broussard served as the first Marketing & Communications Manager for the Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Film & Entertainment from December 2013 to February 2016. In this position, she oversaw all communication out of the office, including but not limited to press releases, media advisories, as well as community educational training panels and programming. She also developed and managed all of the communication channels and relationships that spanned across the social media channels, publication and network relationships, as well as journalist relationships. She is now the Executive Director of a non-profit organization, Women in Film & Television Atlanta.
With the success of her and Brandon Broussard’s company Barack the Vote, LLC., Lorielle was featured (along with Brandon) in the January 2009 edition of Black Enterprise as one of the top entrepreneurs to look out for in the future. She also was featured in the BET Docu-Series, "The Second Coming: Will Black America Decide 2012?"