About

Britt Bravo

Hi! I’m Britt.

For over twenty years, I’ve used my ability to create clarity out of confusion and bring practicality to idealism to help nonprofits, artists, writers, healers and creative entrepreneurs clarify and communicate their Big Vision. I do this through writing, editing, mentoring, teaching, and consulting.

Blogging & Podcasting

“The blogger and podcaster most dedicated to social change.” ~ East Bay Express

I have been a regular or contributing blogger for:

  • BlogHer
  • WEtv’s WE Volunteer Blog
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review
  • The Huffington Post
  • WorldChanging

I produced and/or hosted:

  • Arts and Healing Podcast
  • Echoing Green’s Be Bold Podcast
  • NetSquared Podcast
  • Big Vision Podcast

Speaking & Facilitation

I’ve facilitated workshops and participated in panels across the country about blogging, social media and social change for events such as:

  • Bioneers
  • BlogHer
  • Nonprofit Technology Conference
  • Writing for Change Conference
  • Craigslist Foundation Nonprofit Boot Camp
  • Northwestern University’s Global Engagement Summit
  • Stanford Women’s Leadership Conference
  • San Francisco Writer’s Conference

Professional Credentials

I received my BA in Sociology from Vassar College, where I wrote my thesis about alternative medicine as a social movement, and received my MA in Creation Spirituality from Holy Names College, where my Master’s thesis revolved around art-as-meditation as a daily practice.

I’m also a certified Sivananda yoga instructor and have completed Rockwood Leadership Institute’s Art of Leadership training, and Off the Mat, Into the World’s Yoga, Purpose and Action Intensive.

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I’m originally from Mystic, CT, but have lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 25 years. When I’m not working, I enjoy life in Oakland with my husband and our cat who thinks she is a dog. I love to saturate the color in my Instagram photos, go to Zumba classes with great Latin music, and read cozy mysteries.

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