Dr. Paulette Brown-Hinds is currently managing partner of BPC MediaWorks, LLC and Chair of March Lifecare Media.

Dr. Paulette Brown-Hinds has twenty-five years experience in community outreach and engagement, political organizing, and media strategy. She earned her PhD in English Literature with an emphasis in African-American Literature & Culture from the University of California, Riverside, and has taught at various universities throughout the country including the University of Cincinnati, Pomona College, CSU San Bernardino, University of Redlands, and UC Riverside. She is currently an adjunct faculty member in the Department of English and Communications Studies at LaSierra University in Riverside. As an expert in ethnic media  Dr. Brown-Hinds  is often asked to participate in forums on ethnic media for various trade and academic organizations including: New America Media, West Coast Black Publishers Association, National Newspaper Publishers Association, the Aspen Institute for Communications and Media, and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism Diversity Workshops. She has also published a number of scholarly articles on 20th Century Black women writers.

Dr. Brown-Hinds is the founder and managing partner of BPC Mediaworks, LLC, a strategic media and marketing firm she founded with her sister in 2004. Its client list includes  a number of key California candidates, initiatives, government agencies and companies including: March Healthcare Developmet, The Black Voice News, Siebert  Brandford Shank & Co (public finance specialists and number one ranked minority-owned investment banking firm in the US); The Research and Policy Institute of California, First Lady Maria Shriver’s WE CONNECT Campaign; First 5 California; California Black Media, the Tribal Alliance of Sovereign Indian Nations,  the Coalition to Protect California’s Budget & Economy 06; the California Department of Insurance; Morongo Band of Mission Indians/Together California Campaign; Schwarzenegger 2006, Westly for Governor 2006, and Wilmer Amina Carter for Assembly.

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