As a communications strategist, Brett Henne has built, re-positioned and protected top-tier brands such as VH1, Lifetime Television and Logo TV over the last two decades.
Today, Brett helps clients answer the question “What’s your story?” in crowded and fragmented markets. He turns those answers into targeted plans for both earned and owned media that engage, inform and inspire action.
Narrative strategies for global, regional and personal brands can include content creation, media relations, speechwriting, thought leadership, crisis planning, messaging, and media training.
Present and past clients include First Look Media, Mitra Creative, podcast series “If These Ovaries Could Talk,” TV Guide, VH1 Save The Music Foundation, satellite TV distributor Olympusat, and The Television Bureau of Advertising (TVB).
Brett began his career at renowned PR firm Burson-Marsteller (Now BCW Global), managing programs for national and international clients. Based in New York, Brett graduated magna cum lade from Bowling Green State University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism.
He has also written It’s Fun To Stay At The YMCA, a memoir about arriving in Manhattan in 1989 to search for his first job in PR while staying in YMCAs.