Award-winning digital strategist

Brent is a digital marketing professional living in Washington, D.C. He has worked with startups, small businesses, Fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations, and politicians on every level. His work has been lauded by industry peers, and recognized by organizations like PR Week and The Shorty Awards.

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Award-winning digital strategist

Brent is a digital marketing professional living in Washington, D.C. He has worked with startups, small businesses, Fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations, and politicians on every level. His work has been lauded by industry peers, and recognized by organizations like PR Week and The Shorty Awards.

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Over 10 years of experience helping organizations of all sizes manage their reputations and achieve their online goals

Brent Brooks is currently serving as Digital Director for U.S. Senator John Cornyn.

 

Prior to his time on The Hill, Brent was a Digital Director at FP1 Strategies and was responsible for executing comprehensive, multi-million dollar digital marketing campaigns for a variety of political and public affairs clients. While at FP1, Brent worked on award winning accounts, helping secure a PR Week Award for the National Sikh Campaign and a Shorty Award for The Corn Refiners Association – overcoming major organizations such as Buzzfeed, Clorox, and Cigna. He has also worked with Fortune 500 companies, coordinated integrated digital campaigns that secured wins for some of the toughest political races in the country, and was part of the team that launched a nationwide coalition to end the digital divide.

 

Brent is a Midwest native but claims Phoenix as his home. During his time in Arizona, he served as the marketing content manager for Arizona’s economic development agency, and served as a photographer for Governor Doug Ducey.

 

Brent holds a Bachelor’s Degree in marketing from Olivet Nazarene University.

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