One More Thing was founded in 2008 by Lizy Freudmann. Lizy holds degrees from Brown and Tulane Universities. She has worked with and for companies that have been “disrupted” by internet technologies, helping them to develop business strategies and products that leverage these new opportunities.
Early in her career, Lizy worked on advertising campaigns for companies such as Honda and Nike and developed marketing plans for internationally successful bands such as Fall Out Boy and Cobra Starship. She spent the summer of 2012 working in New York as a consultant for Bloomberg, developing a marketing strategy for their Bloomberg Assessment Test.
More recent clients include Fidelity Bank, Habitus Incorporated, and Meredith Fineman, and Weav Music.
Lizy graduated undergrad from Brown University in 2005 with a degree in American Civilization. In 2013, she earned two graduate degrees from Tulane: an MBA with concentrations in Marketing and Strategy, and a Master of Global Management degree.
In 2011, Lizy moved to New Orleans to pursue joint master’s degrees in business at Tulane University. During her years in graduate school, she volunteered as a consultant for several local businesses and received a TABA award for community service from Tulane for her efforts on behalf of the local businesses community.
At One More Thing, we are very serious about our commitment to leveraging our business resources in service of our local community. Accordingly, our business is built around a “designed to give” model, which allows us to commit to spending 5% of our time—the most valuable resource we have— in service to others. Our goal is to build long term relationships with local nonprofits and likeminded businesses and provide them with our strategy and communications expertise so that they may be more effective at serving their constituents in both the long and short term.
Lizy Freudmann, our founder and managing principal, currently fulfills her commitment to serving the local community as a board member of the nonprofit Emerging Philanthropists of New Orleans (EPNO).