Natasha Brown is a social responsibility branding consultant who helps organizations and individuals create sustainable community and media programs. Natasha founded Think Brown INK, LLC., (TBI) in 2009. Through TBI, she has created several initiatives, including Get Kids Movin’, a tour to prevent childhood obesity; Smile NATIONWIDE 12 Months of Service, a pro-bono cause communications community; The Build Up Lab, the learning division of TBI; and she works closely with various partners to implement community and media campaigns. Through her work, she has successfully united arts and business organizations with philanthropic causes, thus expanding their reach and impact.
Brown currently serves as a consultant for the Humanities Council of Washington, DC, managing organizational communications; works with Dreams Work, Inc., tasked with implementing a 21st-century grant program in Prince George’s County, and works as the brand marketing director of Will Rap 4 Food, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit that unites the artist community to fight hunger.
She was born in Chicago, Illinois, and raised in Prince George’s County. As a multifaceted consultant, she implements various programs in partnership with government agencies, education institutes, and nonprofit organizations. In between working with nonprofit brands and contributing to her local community, Brown is also a writer. She is excited about continuing her work to advance important causes within society, while helping others do the same.