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Brianna Regine Walston

Brianna Régine is a strategic communications professional and creativepreneur who empowers others to execute their ideas and blossom into their fullest potential.
As the Founder of Brianna Régine Visionary Consulting, LLC (BRVC)--a full-service, boutique strategic communications & marketing agency, Brianna increases the exposure of entertainment, lifestyle, and beauty brands through brand development, digital marketing, event coordination, public relations, and operations management. Since February of 2017, BRVC has collaborated with its clients to produce recognition from national as well as international print, broadcast, and digital publications such as,,,, ABC,,, and more. Additionally, BRVC has built the credibility and visibility of their clients by nurturing relationships with various brand partners and influential players from platforms such as Audiomack, Martell Cognac, BET, InStyle Magazine, Tycoon Music Festival, Alikay Naturals, Thrive Causemetics, Curls, and more.
In December of 2017, Brianna launched her website—— which reflects her larger life goal to encourage others to find and use their ever-evolving voice. The website serves as the home base for millennials of color to receive transparent insight and understanding about entrepreneurship, adulting, social issues, and themselves. Brianna enjoys fulfilling her purpose by connecting with others through workshops and speaking opportunities for platforms such as "Power Hours" at Rutgers University, moderating the CT Office of The Arts' READI Talks series featuring a National Director at Sony Music and moderating a panel featuring playmakers from Obama's White House, Instyle Magazine and Sirius XM. In October 2019, Brianna hosted the inaugural event, Pour Into My Cup: A 1-Day Self-Reflective Retreat for Women of Color in Connecticut.
Brianna is dedicated to creating an authentic and long-lasting legacy that supports the growth and execution of innovative visions. She is a proud alumna of the University of Connecticut, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications.