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July 12, 2023

Sphere 1 Announces Nora Henle as new Director of Marketing & Events

Sphere 1 Announces Nora Henle as new Director of Marketing & Events  

July 5, 2023Lake Forest, CA Sphere 1 announced that Nora Henle will join the Sphere 1 team as the new Director of Marketing and Events. She will oversee marketing strategy, brand development, and the advancement of our event experience to promote the continued growth and success of the Sphere 1 family.  

Nora comes to us with an impressive background in the field of marketing and events, having spent a decade honing her skills in various roles within the non-profit sector. Her expertise spans strategic planning, strategic communications, brand management, omnichannel marketing, and executing large-scale events that create memorable experiences. She has a keen eye for detail and a passion for delivering exceptional results. 

Her collaborative nature and exceptional leadership qualities make her a natural fit for our team culture, and we are confident that she will excel in her new role. 

Nora’s vision aligns perfectly with our company’s goals of delivering outstanding value to our clients and fostering meaningful relationships within our industry. Her creative approach, combined with a data-driven mindset, will help us connect with our communities in new and meaningful ways. We believe Nora’s arrival will have a positive and lasting impact on our organization, positioning us for continued growth and success. 

“I’m ecstatic to be joining the Sphere 1 family and for the opportunity to partner with & support so many incredible people and companies,” said Nora. “I love that Sphere 1 maintains a community-centric environment without sacrificing their high standards of success. I look forward to contributing in any way I can to help the Sphere 1 family dream big and reach new goals.”  

In her free time, you will likely find Nora in her garden, adventuring with her husband & dogs in the wilderness, or taking on house projects that are likely out of her skillset for her 1922 bungalow.