NEW YORK, June 24, 2019 – BCW (Burson Cohn & Wolfe), a leading global communications agency, today announced that Sabrina Browne, an Account Supervisor based in New York and working in the agency’s corporate practice, has been named by the Public Relations Society of America’s New York Chapter to its prestigious “Exceptionals Under 35” List. The awards celebrate the achievements and diversity of today’s rising stars in the public relations industry.
“Sabrina is that rare individual who is as dedicated to exceeding expectations for her clients as she is to being a mentor to the next generation of communications professionals and to contributing to the community at large,” said Jillian Janaczek, Executive Vice President, Managing Director, New York Market Leader, BCW. “She is also a vocal advocate for the power of diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Sabrina truly embodies what we prize in our BCW talent: She is committed, collaborative and conscientious. We are delighted that PRSA New York has recognized Sabrina as a rising star.”
In addition to her client work on several Fortune 500 brands, Browne co-leads BCW’s African-American Employee Resource (AAER) group’s New York chapter. In this role, she provides guidance on personal and professional development for African-American colleagues across all practices. She is on the Leadership Advisory Board and is the Fundraising Committee Chair for the Girl Scouts of Greater New York; a scholarship reviewer for the LAGRANT Foundation; a volunteer with Hoboken Girl Blog, the largest lifestyle outlet in Hoboken, New Jersey; a participant in the Museum of PR’s diversity and inclusion events, and a former scholarship committee member of the PRSA Foundation.
“I am incredibly honored to receive this wonderful recognition from PRSA New York and to be part of this talented group of young communications professionals,” said Browne. “BCW is deeply committed to ensuring staff can learn, thrive and bring their authentic selves to work every day. I am so grateful to my colleagues, mentors and leadership at the agency for creating an environment where I have been able to flourish in my career.”