Barb Doyle

Accessibility Associate

Favorite Charity:

I am truly passionate about Donate Life Connecticut, which raises awareness of the life-saving benefits of organ donation. I have been blessed to meet countless individuals whose lives have been impacted by organ donation. Organ donors, organ recipients, and donor families are some of the most amazing people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. They embrace the gift of life and work tirelessly to help save and improve lives through the miracle of organ and tissue donation.

Memorable Teacher:

Mrs. Mills taught me one of the most important lessons of my life. As an “A-type” personality, I’m a bit of a perfectionist and sometimes my own worst enemy. She taught me the value of saying no, politely and kindly, when it is necessary and healthy. Her mantra: When all else fails, it’s okay to lower your standards just a bit.

  • Marketing Geek
  • My happy place is any beach
  • I survived a lightning strike (Truly!)

Barb Doyle has over 25 years of experience in marketing and graphic design in the education, healthcare, and publishing industries. She has more than ten years of experience in marketing in the education field and holds expertise in web design/build, digital marketing, social media marketing, marketing strategy, and corporate communications.

Barb owns a marketing consulting business that provides contract services to small businesses that need marketing assessment, strategy, and execution. She is the Director of Marketing & Communications at Renbrook School in West Hartford, CT, an independent school for Preschool through grade 8 students. She is also a Commissioner for the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools, Commission on School Advancement, leading professional development for marketing professionals across the state of Connecticut.

When not working, Barb enjoys a busy life in her much-loved shoreline town of Essex, CT. She enjoys travel, theater, hiking, painting, and spending time with her sweet grandson, Riley.

“Life is short. As you put your feet on the floor each day, take a moment to acknowledge your blessings and name at least three things that you are grateful for. It will bring a smile to your face, warmth to your heart, and set your path for the day.”