OLG Announces Michelle Love and Olivia Fabian As Partners

Post by
May 20, 2021

One Lucky Guitar is pleased to announce that Michelle Love and Olivia Fabian have become partners and shareholders in the company, effective April 1, 2021.

Love joined OLG in January 2010 and serves as Account and Operations Manager. Over the years, the clients she has managed include Northwest Allen County Schools, Indiana Michigan Power, Benchmark Human Services, Matilda Jane Clothing, Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership and Lutheran Health Network.

Fabian joined OLG in September 2013 and serves as Producer and Associate Creative Director. In her seven-plus years with OLG, Olivia has guided work for Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Landing Beer Company, Matilda Jane Clothing, Changing the Face of Beauty, Good Ones Clothing, Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer and Middle Waves Music Festival, which OLG co-founded.

“Michelle was integral to the development and rollout of our huge rebranding efforts at Humane Fort Wayne. Handing off our project to her felt a lot like handing-off a newborn puppy! We were a tiny bit nervous, but—mostly—we were excited about how she would help us find our new identity and tell our story,” said Jessica Henry, Executive Director of Humane Fort Wayne.

Henry continued, “Michelle took a keen interest in our project, immersed herself in our mission, and made our priorities her priorities. She truly became a part of the life-saving work of Humane Fort Wayne, and, as cliché as it might be, we couldn’t have done it without her.” 

“Olivia approaches everything, problems and deadlines included, with grace, positivity and a smile. She gives me peace of mind that my objectives will not only be honored but bettered by her ideas and those of OLG,” said Audrey Riley, client of One Lucky Guitar, and founder of Riley + Company advertising agency.

Riley followed with, “Having spent a career in advertising, I can say with no reservation that I would have been honored to have Olivia on my team. Getting to work with her for the clients whom I consult is the next best thing.”

“When I founded One Lucky Guitar more than 20 years ago, I was intentional to not name the company like a law firm. From the beginning, OLG was a team, bigger and better than the name ‘Kelley,’ and for two decades has succeeded foremost through this team’s collaboration, trust, development and shared goals—and shared victories. I’m thrilled to extend ownership to Michelle and Olivia, whose contributions and commitment to the company’s success are critical, and irreplaceable,” said Matt Kelley, One Lucky Guitar’s founder and principal.  

Brighter Tomorrows

The Steuben County Community Foundation sought to overcome a challenge that many philanthropic organizations face: educating the community on not only what they do,...

Read more

Our Most-Recent Book Picks

OLG is pleased to present this (non-exhaustive) list of books that have recently inspired or challenged us across various topics and disciplines. Want to...

Read more

Tips for Data-Driven Storytelling

From annual reports, to community studies, to action plans, presenting data that supports your mission, positioning or business case—your why—can be a powerful tool...

Read more

Nonprofit & Philanthropic: Uniquely Impactful

The nonprofit and philanthropic sectors are unique: in fiscal structure, legal requirements, governing bylaws, volunteer and staffing needs, and beyond. And they’re also uniquely...

Read more