Netroots Nation: Speaker/Trainer Profile

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Brittaney Carter

Black Coffee Creative

Brittaney is a communications strategist and founder of Black Coffee Creative. She is passionate about racial and economic justice and uses her communications skills to translate public policy and program design into ideas that move people to action. Prior to founding her own consultancy, Brittaney advocated for the financial rights of incarcerated people and their families through campaigns like #BantheBox and #PrisonPhoneJustice. She also spent two years as the Community Engagement Director for ALL IN Alameda County, where she trained community leaders in community-based research and advocacy. Brittaney loves experimenting with content creation for user engagement and scenario planning for progressive campaigns. She holds a Master of Public Policy degree from UC Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy.

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