La Jollans Blair and Georgia Sadler announced the engagement of their daughter, Noelle Robins Sadler, to Quentin Delory, the son of Daniel and Annie Delory of Paris. Noelle and Quentin met while completing their MBA degrees at the IESE School of Business in Barcelona, Spain.
Noelle is an honors graduate of La Jolla High School, where she was captain of the track team for three years and president of her senior class. A violinist and pianist, she was a member of the San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory for the six years before leaving for college. She participated in three of the Youth Symphony’s international tours.
She is an honors graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in Film. Subsequently, she worked at Miramax Films, GreeneStreet Films and Rockstar Games, where she was a producer. After receiving her MBA, she worked in advertising in the Boston, Barcelona, Paris and London offices of Havas Media. Recently, she was transferred to the New York office of Cake, a boutique marketing subsidiary of Havas Media that specializes in online advertising.
Quentin is a graduate of Ecole Centrale de Lyon, and worked as a consultant at Accenture before pursuing his MBA in Barcelona. An excellent drummer, Quentin met Noelle when he joined the rock band in which she was the lead singer and guitarist. He currently works for Eli Lilly’s Paris office as a business analyst.
Noelle is the granddaughter of Donald and Rita Robins of Kingston, Penn., and the late Alfred and Margaret Sadler of Allentown, Penn. She is the niece of Dr. Alfred M. Sadler Jr. of Carmel. Quentin is the grandson of Roger and Micheline Delory of Ferrieres, France, and Daisy and the late Max Ellenberg of Paris.
A mid-August wedding is planned in San Diego. The couple will reside in New York City.