Melissa K. Jones
Chief Encouragement Officer & Founder
Melissa is a loyal friend, type A, fiercely protective sister and aunt, football lover, quote hoarder, office supply nerd, avid reader, and passport stamp collector. She is passionate about children’s literacy and civil rights. She lives her life by these mantras: Love conquers fear EVERY TIME. Celebrate what You Appreciate.
Who is Melissa?
Melissa K. Jones is a results-oriented, driven entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in leading teams to excel and improving processes to better serve clients, partners, and team members.
She is business performance coach and founder of the Little Black Desk Society formerly known as Creative Chics.
Based in Chicago and serving small business women nationwide, her goal is to help women excel in business through accountability, execution of goals, and strong relationships.
She believes that in a society that is more technology-dependent than ever, there is a need for deeper conversations, strong positive support systems and a commitment to excellence.
*Note: In some of the features below, Little Black Desk Society may be referred to as Creative Chics, our previous name from 2015-2016.
- Trouvaille Workshop – May 2017
- Fill My Cup Retreat – March 2017
- Trouvaille Workshop – May 2016
- Collegiately Creative Conference – Iowa State University – April 2016
- Nashville Wedding Planners Retreat – February 2016
- Go Blog Social – October 2015
Melissa thank you for being such an inspirational, kind and motivating women! Thank you for sharing your wisdom, advice and life experiences with attendees. So glad we could connect and have brunch on Sunday. I hope we can work together in the future on more creative projects.
Melissa of Little Black Desk Society taught our Work, Life, Balance Session, and Ohhhhhh em gee, did she teach!! She taught about organizing your personal life, your business, minimizing to make your life less complicated, choosing your friendships, relationships, Melissa partnerships and so much more! We ran 30 minutes over in her portion, but it was well worth it! Question, after question. Boy this was a good segment. Thank you, Melissa, or sharing with us in a fun, organic, and unapologetic way!