How do you convince voters your candidate is “the one”? We’re the ones to help you do it. The Social + Cultural Engagement division of Taryn Brown + Co. is at the forefront of current issues. Taryn has worked on local and congressional campaigns and was a former policy advisor to Dallas' Mayor pro tem. She and Ambassador Ron Kirk, former United States Trade Representative and member of President Obama’s Cabinet, were members of the same Leadership Dallas class. Unlike most other political consultants, our premise is political endeavors are most successful when approached from the grass roots level.
We have extensive relationships with local, state and national elected officials. We also work with stakeholder groups, community activist, corporations and key decision makers. We can support candidates, provide lobbying and advise municipalities—but only after careful research and evaluation of policy and issues.
The Young Black Lawyers' Organizing Coalition (YBLOC), headed by Abdul Dosunmu, is a national organization of Black lawyers and law students with the goal of protecting and empowering black voters. Taryn Brown + Co. worked with YBLOC in the General Election, Georgia Senate Races and on voting rights. TBC was responsible for marketing, media relations and stakeholder engagement. YBLOC received national and local press including CBS Evening News, The Atlanta Journal Constitution and Roland Martin Unfiltered.
Black Independent Music Accelerator Initiative (BIMA)
Taryn is on the Advisory Council of the Black Independent Music Accelerator initiative (BIMA). Sponsored by the American Association of Independent Music (A2IM), the aim of the program is to fight for social and economic justice within the music industry by amplifying independent, Black-owned music businesses.
Actress Regina Taylor's the black album.mixtape
The black album. mixtape. is an initiative of Regina Taylor — the Golden Globe-winning actress, playwright, and activist — in partnership with Southern Methodist University’s (SMU) Meadows School of the Arts. In response to the historical significance of 2020 defined by COVID-19 and social protest, the black album. mixtape. invited students, professionals, and the community to explore identity, activism, art, and change. Taryn Brown handled media relations, digital marketing, partnerships and helped increased stakeholder participation by 164 percent.