Brandi Rand is a rockstar wife, amazing mom to two boys under 5, and an award-winning advertiser at ane of the largest multicultural ad agencies in the US, Burrell Communications, where she leads African American social media marketing for her client Toyota
In her 13+ years in marketing and advertising, Brandi has launched digital and integrated campaigns for AT&T, Sally Beauty, and Uber. She’s partnered with major media outlets including ESPN, ABC, OWN, Essence, and BET having worked her social media magic from the Soul Train Awards and NAACP Imaged Awards to The College Football Championship and The Masters’ Tournament in 2020 she was awarded a Silver and Bronze Telly award for her work on the For Jason: Black is Human campaign, which shed a light on how the Covid-19 pandemic is adversely impacting the Black community.
As a speaker. Brandi educates audiences on branding, influence, networking, diversity, self-care, and social media. In 2019, Brandi led a discussion on natural hair in corporate America at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislative Conference titled Pressed: Natural Hair in the Workplace with Ryann Richardson, Miss Black USA 20ig and leaders of the historic Crown Act. In June 2020 she shared her opening perspective on being Black in advertising in Black Lives Have Always Mattered to Us, a virtual town hall moderated by Ryan Smith, ESPN, and ABC Legal Correspondent.
Brandi served two years as inaugural Comms Director for the Dallas chapter of ColorComm. a business community for women of color in the communications industry, and currently serves as Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Co-Chair for the American Advertising Federation Dallas Chapter. She prides herself on being “a Black woman in advertising leadership, saving space for the next.'”
Connect with her online at Brandi Rand on Instagram and Twitter.