Olivia Luper founded Lexicon Content Development in 2018 with the desire to assist financial advisors grow their businesses by disseminating well-written, compelling content.
She graduated from Florida Atlantic University in 2016 with her Master of Arts in English where she concentrated on American Modern and Postmodern Literature. Her favorite books are LOLITA by Vladimir Nabokov and THE CRYING OF LOT 49 by Thomas Pynchon. She is also an aspiring memoirist and published poet. She began writing website content in 2013 while finishing her undergraduate studies.
Olivia and her husband live in South Florida with their three exceptional children--Nola Taylor, age 16, Shiloh Belle, age 14, and Roman Ellis, age 4. Olivia enjoys bodybuilding, personal training, and spending time at the beach with her family. She began competing as an NPC figure competitor in 2019 and is on the road to earning her IFBB Pro Card. She is also a huge foodie and loves trying out new local restaurants!
In 2021, David Luper joined Lexicon as the Operations Manager. In his role, he is responsible for designing, implementing, and running all back-office processes that ensure clients receive timely, quality attention.
This includes content scheduling, social posting, team management, and answering client emails. His keen attention to detail and eye for improving productivity are surely an asset to the Lexicon team.
David is a third-generation graduate of Louisiana State University (Class of 2004) on both sides of his family. Geaux Tigers! He comes to Lexicon from the Nuclear Energy Industry with an extensive background in Business Operations and Financial Analysis.
David is also a U.S. Army Veteran who served for four years after graduating college.
Outside the office you can find David enjoying time at the beach with his wife, son, and step-daughters in sunny South Florida.
Angie DiSalvo is a contributing writer for Lexicon Content Development.
After nearly a decade in newsrooms as a reporter, copy editor and designer for The Colorado Spring Gazette and The Des Moines Register, Angie transitioned to non-profit, higher education and then B2B marketing. She has extensive experience in content marketing, including copywriting for fintech companies and financial advisors.
Angie is a Drake University graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism & Mass Communication and a Bachelor of Arts in English. She is based in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
When she isn’t working or writing, you can usually find Angie playing video games, drinking Earl Grey tea and planning her next Disney family vacation.