Arielle Winfield is a dynamic entrepreneur with a Wall Street background in Private Wealth Management Marketing. Now, Winfield is a tech founder & CEO, an independent consultant, content creator, and public speaker focused on the intersection of business and wellness.
As an Ivy League and MIT educated creative, STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Art, Math) nerd, former Division 1 athlete, mental health advocate, world traveler, and fashionista, Arielle is motivated by helping people achieve their own version of freedom through financial independence and ownership. Her deep understanding of cognitive science and consumer psychology gives Arielle a unique perspective and allows her to create real value for her clients and business partners.
Arielle founded The Happy Mask Store in April 2020 in order to help address the massive PPE shortages due to the novel Coronavirus. Founded on a philanthropic mission of donating a mask for every two masks sold, The Happy Mask Store has achieved a global presence and has sold thousands of reusable, cotton face masks. Help out by shopping with us.
After leaving Wall Street, Winfield began consulting in marketing, communications, and digital transformation. She has worked with high profile clients including Infinity Song, a talented RocNation-signed family band. The band writes and produces with Kanye West, and Arielle has been involved with Sunday Service church planning, the band's tour planning/execution, and more.
While studying at the University of Pennsylvania, Winfield began building her fashion & lifestyle blog, Heylifestylee, and has grown her following to almost 10,000 across her blog and social media. She has worked with brands such as Neutrogena, CVS Pharmacy, The New York Times, GoDaddy, and more. Winfield has also been an invited guest on MTV's hit show TRL.
From keynote presentations to panels and podcasts, Winfield has addressed audiences on the importance of mental health, wellness and building a brand. Finding who you are and owning it can be the most liberating thing someone does and Arielle aims to help others live that truth too, by thoroughly understanding and effectively monetizing the current digital landscape.
Financial Literacy Month 2021 feature, discussing access to capital for female entrepreneurs
Mother's Day 2020 feature with her mother, Tonya Winfield
This podcast explores the real experiences of black women on the University of Pennsylvania’s campus, with Arielle Winfield as the host
Arielle Winfield: the "style boss" will see you now