Noelle Guerin started her public relations career in 2002 at Mullen (now Mullen Lowe) after graduating from Gordon College in Wenham, MA. with a B.A. in English Literature and a minor in Psychology. That’s when she knew Public Relations (something she didn’t realize existed) was the career for her. When Noelle left Mullen in 2003 she went to Manhattan to do marketing and events for a real estate brokerage firm, Citi-Habitats. When she was there (and not quite fulfilled) she got a call from her former supervisor at Mullen asking if she’d be interested in interviewing with a newly formed agency, Cercone Brown.
During her eighteen years at CBC, Noelle started twelve experiential public relations programs, which now make up the house program division of CBC, now a cornerstone of the PR and Events portion of the business. She also formed a travel and hospitality division of the experiential PR business. Noelle has worked on campaigns for clients such as General Motors, Ocean Spray, Sperry Top-Sider and more.
In 2020, Noelle resigned from her senior leadership position at CBC to start her own agency, Cru of Two. Cru of Two is a full-service PR and Marketing agency with a roster of lifestyle clients ranging from food and beverage to fashion. Noelle has also returned to Gordon as an adjunct profession since the spring of 2020 teaching Introduction to Public Relations & Advertising and Writing for Public Relations. In 2023, she has joined the FT faculty as Professional in Residence for Strategic Communication for the Communication Arts program. Her not-so-secret passion is connecting Gordon students to their own passions and leaders in the fields they're looking to enter, whether it be through internships or full-time positions.