GINA NICOLE BROWN is a storyteller that uses TV, Film, and Stage to bring words and characters to life. She is widely known for winning BuzzFeed’s 2019 Mother’s Day project, “Black Moms Try Other Moms’ Soul Food.” She is currently on a billboard in Times Square and various New York City bus stops for a TV/Print ad campaign for the Office of New York City Emergency Management and the Ad Council. She regularly performs in an applied theatre group that creates interactive training around unconscious bias work. She is a spokesperson on the Elevate App, a cast member in several Glamour 5-75 videos and an actor and performing artist in several commercials, films, and theatre productions. You may find many of her credits listed on IMDB and her first book “Teeth Should Not Be Optional: Random Thoughts from an Insomniac” is available on Amazon. She participates in a weekly acting workshop, along with acting classes (Meisner technique), and screenwriting classes. She has a B.A. from American University, and an MBA from The George Washington University. She has spent an unforgivable amount of time working in Corporate America, has a slight obsession with the Oxford comma, and is grounded by her two fearless daughters.