Grown Woman Media
Growing all aspects of business in the world of social media.
Grown Woman Media Inc. is viral branding with music and media, created by singer-songwriter, actress, and director of all things creative, Noelle Bellinghausen. With over 20 years of experience in songwriting placement, over 10 years of primetime acting credits, and many years of sales, marketing, and customer service under her belt, Grown Woman Media Inc. is what’s needed to grow all aspects of business in the world of social media. Music is being used more than ever to leave a lasting branded impression. Need an original jingle? We will create it. Need a visual? We will customize it to your targeted consumer on any platform. Your company’s social media presence should not be about bots and inflated numbers. It should tell your brand story and connect with your clients and customers. Visuals should be genuine. Jingles should stick. Your branding should make people genuinely feel good and be remembered just like your product. Allow us to take your marketing to the next innovative level!
Meet Our Owner
Noelle Bellinghausen (CEO)
Noelle was born in Lincoln, Nebraska and raised in Las Vegas, NV, Noelle grew up doing everything music. Raised by a single mom, Noelle grew up from playing almost every sport to choir, ballet, piano, school band, and music theory. In high school, she became a state-known-name in basketball, earning accolades as high as Nevada State Player of the Year and Gatorade Player of the Year. She also finished 3rd in the state for the shot-put and had scholarship offers in volleyball.
Ultimately Noelle attended college on a basketball scholarship to Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. Her 4-years as a Lady Monarch earned her four CAA rings, four Sweet 16 appearances, and a National Championship game appearance her freshman year. It was there she would continue her musical aspirations, with a home-game tradition of singing the national anthem in front of a sold-out crowd. Noelle would also graduate with a degree in Human Services and Counseling, having a passion for helping people. Upon graduating college, Noelle ventured back to Las Vegas in hopes of making a permanent move to Los Angeles, California.
After saving enough money from singing in Vegas hotels, she made the move to Los Angeles in pursuit of her music career. After landing a job at Lionsgate as a receptionist, Noelle would be able to get her music heard by the music department. By the time she left Lionsgate, Noelle would place songs in movies such as Tyler Perry's "Madea's Big Happy Family,” and “Why Did I Get Married?” both Lionsgate productions.
As an actress, Noelle has booked roles on Rules of Engagement, Black-ish, Criminal Minds, and a recurring role on House MD. Behind the camera Noelle wrote, directed, and produced the short “Taking Over,” and music video for Hidden Beach Recordings project “Unwrapped Vol. 8: The Chicago Sessions, “second single, “Love Galore.”
Noelle has also achieved her first-degree Black Belt in Taekwondo, and is an advocate for helping others achieve their dreams with goal-setting. She currently volunteers in the Daily Call Sheet program with the Motion Picture Television Fund, a service that provides daily and weekly calls to senior citizens.