About

Team

We are a group of leaders, policy experts, and communicators working with Alberta’s top business leaders to help create a better life for all Albertans.

Brittany Brander

Manager, Brand & Communications 

Brittany Brander is the Manager, of Brand & Communications at the Business Council of Alberta (BCA). Bringing her extensive experience in strategy, operations, branding, and marketing, she plays an important role in leading BCA’s communications program, ensuring that BCA’s brand is well-represented across the organization’s channels, and telling the Alberta story to local, national, and global audiences.

Her career so far has taken her on a wild journey from the wonderfully weird—writing blog posts about funerals and marketing cat health apps—to the deeply meaningful—re-branding a cultural and historical institution in Calgary and promoting the local food system and supply chain. Early on in her career, Brittany launched both her own marketing company and an online magazine to inspire, motivate, and encourage women entrepreneurs, and she brings that innovation and entrepreneurial spirit to the Council’s work.

Brittany is a fierce believe in the power connection and story to build a better world and infuses BCA’s public policy work with rich narrative elements and a fierce commitment to the organization’s values and mission.

She is also passionate about supporting and sponsoring more women into leadership in all spaces. She currently sits on the Board of Directors as the Director of Communications at Ask Her YYC, a non-profit that trains women and non-binary folks to run successful election campaigns.

When she is not working or volunteering, she can be found in her kitchen exploring new baking recipes and techniques or planning her next adventure.

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