About Nick LeRoy, founder of Bright Minds Marketing
Nick LeRoy is the president and founder of Bright Minds Marketing. LeRoy previously served as the Executive Director for the Indiana Charter School Board (ICSB). As the statewide authorizer of charter schools, LeRoy oversaw the management of a portfolio of diverse schools. During his tenure at the ICSB, the state’s portfolio grew from eight approved schools to sixteen approved schools. Prior to his time at the ICSB, LeRoy spent 15 years as a marketing executive in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries. He managed global brand campaigns for multiple products. LeRoy received his MBA from Emory University where he was a member of the marketing and consulting clubs. He has a bachelors degree in History from the University of Utah. LeRoy lives in Indianapolis, Indiana with his wife, Lori, two sons; Nate and Alex, and their two cats and dog.
Nick is available to speak to your group or association on marketing strategies for schools. Previous speaking topics include:
- Enrollment 101 – how to get started on developing a marketing program
- Target student identification – how to actively identify your target
- Harnessing your data – how to fully leverage data to drive higher enrollment
- Competitive Analysis – Understanding your place in the market
Custom topics can be created depending upon your needs.
Please contact Nick at 317-361-5255 for more information.
What Our Clients Are Saying
Don’t just take it from us, let our clients do the talking!
1.) Enhanced data-driven decision making capabilities
2.) Comprehensively promoted the importance and impact of marketing & communication efforts
3.) Strategically simplified marketing and communication efforts allowing for an increased marketing focus by the parish & school staff as well as volunteers.
The highest praise I can offer of Nick LeRoy at Bright Minds Marketing is repeat business. We are hopeful to utilize his services for the remaining schools of the North Deanery and we are confident that the product of our engagement will allow for a greater growth in enrollment.” Tyler Mayer