Leverette Weekes is certified as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) through the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the nation’s largest third party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women in the US.
We recognize the commitment to supplier diversity that is embraced by corporations and government agencies today, and we can add diversity to your supply chain.
Leverette Weekes provides media relations including press releases, media monitoring, and pitching to relevant outlets.
We develop communications strategies and plans for internal and external communications.
We apply our experience in the largest
corporate brands to promote your work authentically while building your credibility.
Meet Meredith Moore,
owner and president of Leverette Weekes
Meredith Moore is the president and C.E.O of Leverette Weekes, a public relations firm based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
LW clients have included Minnesota Business Coalition for Racial Equity (MBCRE), Visa, Patterson Companies, Teach for America Twin Cities, Lyft, the Pritzker Traubert Foundation, the James L. and John S. Knight Foundation, and the Cleveland Avenue Foundation for Education Group (CAFE Group).
With a B.A. in public relations/journalism from Howard University, and a Masters in Managerial Communications from Northwestern University, Meredith has parlayed her skills into a number of meaningful pursuits: She is a corporate speechwriter supporting high achieving c-suite executives, a certified professional coach, and a licensed practitioner and distributor of the team-diagnostic tool Insights Discovery.
Meredith is the author of Getting Unstuck: A Guide to Moving Your Career Forward, which has a foreword by Don Thompson, president and chief executive of McDonald's Corporation from 2012-2015. Meredith is a sought after keynote speaker motivating audiences to take action and have a positive impact on their communities.
Leverette-Weekes was founded 50 years ago in 1973 by Meredith’s parents, also Howard University alums, as a way to create opportunities for Black attorneys who found themselves facing barriers to access. Nearly seven years ago, with her parents’ blessing, Meredith repurposed and rebranded Leverette Weekes as a powerful communications company.