Vanessa Brito Political Consultant & Activist

Brito is the Director and Owner of Myami Marketing Inc., a Miami based full-service Political Consulting firm. Brito is a contributing expert writer to and en Español as well as AMBIENTE Magazine on issues related to the Gay, Lesbian, Transgendered and Bisexual (LGBT) community, committee member to SAVE Dade Foundation’s Communications and Marketing Committee, Federal Club member of the Human Rights Campaign, advisory board member to the Latin Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Currently, Vanessa is a Board Member and political committee chair of Unity Coalition/Coalicion Unida (LGBT), member of the Equality Florida Miami Steering Committee, and honorary board member of the Miami Coalition Against Breed Specific Legislation.

In addition, through MYami Marketing, Brito has consulted on Statewide and Congressional campaigns for the 2010 and 2012 cycle Republican State Representative Michael Bileca, Republican and Congressman David Rivera. She has also served as a consultant for the Republican Party of Florida and was the lead data manager for the "YES to Recall Mayor Carlos Alvarez" led by auto dealer owner Norman Braman. In 2012, she served as the Project Manager and Media Expert for the Hispanic Leadership Fund and Hispanic Leadership Fund PAC during the 2012 Presidential Election in favor of Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney and furthering the National Organization’s mission of Conservative Values. More recently, she successfully managed the campaign of Veronica Diaz for Miami-Dade County Judge against a 20 year political veteran in Miami and the Sunshine State.

Brito is recognized as a community activist in South Florida through her work as Chairperson of Miami Voice PAC. She serves as a Political Strategist and Commentator on local and national media particularly in issues regarding Florida voter trends and LGBT issues locally, nationally, and abroad. She has received Proclamations from Miami-Dade County and the City of Miami Beach for her advocacy work with minority communities and civic engagement.

Brito has been voted the Best Citizen of 2011 by the Miami New Times, featured in the 2011 issue of the top 20 under 40 Hispanics in Poder Magazine along with world renowned artist Pitbull, named one of the 20 Miami People of 2011 by the Miami New Times, and named one of the “100 Women We Love” by Go Magazine.

In addition, she serves as a contributing writer/blogger for the Huffington Post (Miami Edition) on issues relating to politics and government relations in Miami-Dade County.

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