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Brittany brings her customer engagement and marketing expertise to every speech she delivers.


WHEN she's NOT SPEAKING, HERE ARE A FEW THINGS THAT KEEP brittany BUSY:

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Brittany co-founded The Superfan Company (formerly ZinePak) in 2011 to create memorable programs and products to engage pop-culture consumers. The creative agency has helped the world’s top entertainers and brands reach countless fandoms, selling more than 5 million original products worldwide to fans of all ages. The company has partnered with more than 200 brand and entertainment clients, including American Express, Unilever, Amazon, Walmart, Taylor Swift, the Boston Red Sox, Dolly Parton, and Luke Bryan, just to name a few.


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Brittany began writing for Forbes in October 2015. She focuses on music (especially her favorite genre: country), television, and pop culture. She loves writing features that highlight unique fandoms. Her Forbes.com articles have been read by more than 3 million people and shared hundreds of thousands of times.


CONTENT MARKETING
& BRAND STRATEGY

Because of her expertise as a marketer and storyteller, Brittany has been tapped by dozens of brands to ideate and craft compelling content. She has written advertising copy, white papers, blog posts, and even speeches for Fortune 500 companies and CEOs. She occasionally takes on new writing and consulting clients. If you're interested in content marketing or strategy assistance, get in touch.


five FUN FACTS ABOUT BRITTANY:

  1. Brittany's first job was as a radio-station mascot — she dressed as a huge bumble bee!

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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!

  5. Brittany's a major space geek. The closest thing she has to a life regret is not trying to become an astronaut.