Brenna Foster helps shape the strategy and creative for nonprofits, brands and media organizations. While at Blue State, she’s partnered with a wide range of organizations including Ford Motor Company, UNICEF USA, Heifer International, WNYC, AARP Foundation, The Correspondent and 100 Resilient Cities.
Prior to joining Blue State, Brenna worked as a communications manager at the global human rights organization Breakthrough, where she led ideation and execution of national advocacy campaigns. She also managed communications for CityNet, an urbanization network in Seoul, South Korea. There, she developed a deep interest in kimchi and urban sustainability.
A native of Nashville, Brenna holds a degree from Tulane University, and a master’s degree in international affairs from the New School. When she’s not dreaming up creative concepts, she can be found perfecting her recipe for the perfect pecan pie, and appreciating alliteration.