Brianna is a strategic communicator, media pro, and branding expert. Whether a company/organization wants to raise their profile, advocate for issues, or launch a product, Brianna discovers the best way to tell a story or communicate a message to motivate audiences to take action.
She has media trained many executives including leadership at a multinational chemical and pharmaceutical company; served as a crisis media advisor for Dole Food Company; and leads media relations teams for multiple clients primarily focused on public policy and economics. Every day Brianna works with leading journalists across the country that count on her as a reliable source of vital information and important stories. She has placed hundreds of client stories in top outlets and radio programs, such as The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Associated Press, NPR, and Sirius-XM. She has also ghostwritten pieces that appeared in outlets including The Baltimore Sun, The Buffalo News, Houston Chronicle, and The Hill.
Additionally, she serves as a branding and business consultant for companies looking to diversify their revenue stream, refresh their brand, or implement new marketing initiatives.
Brianna previously worked on public relations and communications teams for Cause, a nonprofit that provides programs for wounded military members and AcademyHealth, a healthcare research association. She is a graduate of Medaille College where she earned her Bachelor’s degrees in Media Communications. She also holds a certificate on Political Journalism from The Fund for American Studies.