Chantel started her marketing career as a full basketball scholarship athlete at Auburn University, representing the team and college at national events. After receiving her degree, she had coaching stints at Auburn, The University of Texas at Austin, and the University of Massachusetts.


After leaving UMASS, Chantel was afforded the opportunity to try out for the inaugural WNBA draft, where she was drafted 18th overall by the Sacramento Monarchs. She would play another 6 years professionally, both in the United States and overseas. It was during her time as a professional athlete that Chantel started pursuing her true loves, music and video production, and acting. She produced a multi-platinum song for Hip Hop Artist Master P of No Limit, which has sold over 10 million copies world-wide. She also produced the opening videos for the Utah Starzz and Utah Jazz. In 2000, Chantel appeared in the Disney film “Double Teamed”.


Chantel continued her music and video development career when she was named the Public Relations Director for Malone Properties, owned by retired NBA Hall of Famer Karl Malone. Chantel assisted in the branding and marketing of the organization, which started 7 businesses during its first 3 years. She was responsible for creating all logos, print design, and video commercials for the organization.


In 2005, Chantel founded BLANK Entertainment, an entertainment company focusing on branding, marketing, and music and video production. In Louisiana, she was the Senior Creative Director for the Temple Baptist Church in Ruston. She also served as chief creative strategist for Dr. Jasmin Sculark, one of the most renowned preachers in the United States, and the Daughter of Thunder Ministries.


In 2010, Chantel relocated  Blank Entertainment to Atlanta, GA, and founded BLANK Mindz, which is the graphic design subsidiary of the company. Specializing in graphic design, web development, creative strategies and video production, Chantel began contracting with SECF President Janine Lee at the Southern Partners Fund.


In 2011, Chantel was asked to do some contract work with the Southeastern Council of Foundations, where she developed video, web, and print production for the organization. As of 2013, Chantel is responsible for all graphic design, web content and development, and video productions for the organization. She has also done graphic design for many of the organizations members throughout the country.


Recently, Chantel returned to Auburn University and earned a Masters of Business Administration and a PHD in Educational Foundations, Leadership & Technology. 




Chantel Tremitiere, PHD, MBA

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