RIVET is founded and managed by Stacy Libby, who brings her experience, energy and vision to every client. Stacy has a long history of planning, building and managing communications programs for enterprise and consumer technologies, including consumer electronics, IoT devices, collaboration tools, digital media, networking equipment, security platforms and video games. She has shaped programs for large global brands and has successfully worked with venture-backed start-ups from launch to acquisition. She specializes in turning chaos into order.
An entrepreneur at heart, Stacy co-founded award-winning agency Voce Communications in 2001 and evolved the agency from an eight-person start-up to a multi-million-dollar agency acquired by Omnicom in 2011.
Stacy lives in the great city of Austin, Texas after enjoying a 15-year stint in Silicon Valley. A native Iowan, she is happy to be back in “Big 12 Country” and to watch her beloved Iowa State Cyclones on TV. She does her best to work hard, play hard and "Keep Austin Weird."
Lauren Lovell brings more than a decade of communications and marketing experience to the RIVET team. She is known for bringing a balance of strategic and creative thinking to every client she leads. Her experience spans many sectors including non-profit arts, lifestyle and technology industries. Lauren enjoys securing unconventional stories in top-tier media outlets and identifying creative opportunities in via social channels and community engagement. She specializes in crafting stories and images that capture your attention.
Lauren cut her consulting teeth at global agency Porter Novelli where she implemented communications programs that aligned with marketing, sales, channel and product teams. In addition, her time with Starbucks and Austin’s famous ZACH Theater allowed experience in consumer programs, market expansions and seasonal sales pushes.
Lauren is a life-long Texan who now lives in Austin with her husband and two small children. She loves exploring new places, experiences, music and menus, rarely ordering the same thing twice.