Roxanne Merket is a neurodivergent serial entrepreneur.

She works with small businesses, coaches, and artists who are ready for a powerful online presence, but would rather spend their time focusing on what they love (and what they do best.)

Roxanne literally grew up on top of a small business. (Her dad owns and operates a recording studio in the basement of her childhood home. Sometimes his clients even sang her lullabies!) She knew she wanted to help small businesses from a young age. Watching her dad taught her so much, but she was surprised to see how many times people tried to take advantage of small business. So she got a marketing degree – mostly to prove to herself that marketers weren’t all bad. What she found was an absolute love of all things digital, all things marketing, and a commitment to help small businesses succeed.

Her goal is simple: make the online world profitable for small businesses.

Roxanne has a Bachelors Degree in Marketing from the Huntsman School of Business, and a Masters Degree in Corporate Communication with an emphasis in social media.

If you’ve ever said to yourself “I want my business online, but I’m not sure how to get started” then you’ve come to the right place.

Roxanne has been a designer for as long as she can remember, initiating her first successful rebrand at age 11 when she rebranded her brother Toph.

When she isn’t staring at her computer screen, Roxanne has an insatiable thirst for travel, adventure, and anything reasonably quirky. Her superpower is curiosity. She’s also an avid sports fan, musician, and can make an incredibly delicious batch of fudge in 13 minutes.

Roxanne is a mom of 2 and a proud Air Force wife.