Brittany Hodak is an international keynote speaker and award-winning entrepreneur. Entrepreneur calls her an “expert at creating loyal fans for your brand” and she is widely regarded as the go-to source on customer engagement and retention.
She is a Guinness World Record Holder who's been named to Advertising Age’s 40 Under 40 list, Inc.’s 35 Under 35 list, and Billboard’s 30 Under 30 list. She was one of three finalists in Entrepreneur’s prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year competition and named the Most Disruptive Marketing entrepreneur at the Empact Awards at the United Nations.
Brittany is Co-Founder of The Superfan Company, a multi-million dollar fan engagement company that has created successful campaigns and products for globally known brands such as Walmart, Disney, Amazon, Luke Bryan, Katy Perry, the Boston Red Sox and many more.
As an accomplished speaker, she has been invited to speak to organizations across the world including American Express, WeWork, Inc. and the United Nations just to name a few. Brittany has published more than 350 thought-leadership articles for a variety of national media including Forbes, Adweek, and Success and has been featured on shows for CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox News, NBC, CBS and Shark Tank.
She is a Summa Cum Laude graduate with a B.A. in Communications from the University of Central Arkansas and an M.S. in Marketing from CUNY Baruch's Zicklin School of Business.
Brittany's first job was as a radio-station mascot — she dressed as a huge bumble bee!
Brittany set a Guinness World Record in college for sewing the World's Largest Christmas Stocking. It was almost 55 feet tall and filled with more than 11,000 toys for children in need.
Brittany grew up in Oklahoma, so country music is in her blood. Her career highlights include working with her idols Dolly and Garth and storied institutions like the Grand Ole Opry, CMA, and ACM.
Brittany loves wordplay. Her son's name is "Kadoh" — which is "Hodak" spelled in reverse. Brittany's little palindrome locked in a full-ride scholarship to the University of Michigan before he was born. More on that here!
Brittany's a major space geek. The closest thing she has to a life regret is not trying to become an astronaut.