Brennan Nevada Johnson
Founder and CEO at Brennan Nevada Inc
Expertise: Public relations
Education: St. John's University

Brennan Nevada Johnson is the founder and CEO of Brennan Nevada Inc., a PR and media relations partner with over a decade of experience working with tech companies and startups.

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A woman jumping in the air. Bounce back from being fired by taking care of yourself and not rushing into another job.
Jun 08, 2023
Above all, resist the urge to rush into another job.
A man scowling at his computer. Managing stress of a job you hate is important.
May 12, 2023
A side hustle and knowing when it’s time to leave can help ease the pain.
This ghost in a forest might be a journalist, ignoring your media pitches.
May 02, 2023
It could be bandwidth — or it could be that they’re just not that into you.
A woman looking angrily at a cell phone. Mercury in retrograde can spark communication snafus, so move carefully to avoid them.
Apr 18, 2023
Startups, check your work and bite your tongue to prevent communications snafus during this chaotic time.
A number of simulated newspaper headlines overlap, and the words “breaking news live” are in a bold chiron in the center. /founders-entrepreneurship/startups-need-trade-press
Apr 04, 2023
A bigger audience isn’t necessarily a better audience.
Women balancing on beach balls. Toxic femininity reinforces gender stereotypes in the workplace.
Mar 07, 2023
When gender stereotypes rule your workplace, it might be time to move on.
Some comments to Black colleagues might be well-intended, but they're actually really offensive.
Feb 07, 2023
These comments might be well-intended, but they’re actually really offensive.
Startups can improve PR in 2023 by creating original content and media-training executives.
Jan 10, 2023
One hint: Scrap the cookie-cutter content and get creative.
Holiday gifts of company swag aren't appreciated and they most likely end up in the garbage.
Dec 13, 2022
More time off might be better appreciated.
An illustration of 3 people standing in front of a comically oversized bullhorn, meant to represent a public relations team. /marketing/startup-ready-for-pr-public-relations
Aug 23, 2022
Public relations isn’t advertising, and it’s not marketing either. Let’s clear up some misunderstandings about PR and what it can — and can’t — do for your startup.
Many hands with different skin tones join together to create a supportive net. /diversity-inclusion/support-black-employees-year-round
Jun 17, 2022
Recognizing Juneteenth on your corporate calendar is a great way to honor Black contributions, but don’t forget the other 364 days of the year.