Brittany A. Gash has been in Marketing and Development for just over a decade and has a great passion for the arts. A storyteller – she considers it her job to shape honest, engaging, provocative, inspiring, and motivating narratives, that show the community why they should invest in the art being produced in Los Angeles. Her philosophy is that well-planned strategies and relationship building are the keys to long-term patron loyalty, a strong brand identity, increased revenues, and community engagement.
She has spent the majority of her career as an independent consultant within the nonprofit arts and has had the pleasure of working with a variety of arts organizations from theatre and music, to dance, visual art, and film. Some of her most notable clients include LA County Arts Commission, Ford Theatres, Brazilian Nites Productions, The Da Camera Society, Hollywood Fringe Festival, Towne Street Theatre and many more. She specializes in brand management, digital marketing, donor cultivation, social media, public relations, and fundraising. In her free time, she also offers a variety of consultation and coaching services for independent artists and enjoys teaching courses on Public Relations, Social Media, and Branding.
Brittany received her MBA from the University of Maryland and Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, with a Public Relations emphasis from California State University, Northridge. She currently serves on the Advisory Board for the Emerging Arts Leader/Los Angeles, and the Boards of the Jane Austen Society of North America/Southwest and Helix Collective.