Brittany N. Mench
For many food is everything we are. It's an extension of a nationalist feeling, ethnic feeling, your personal history... your grandmaAnthony Bourdain
Brittany N. Mench grew-up in a family of foodie entrepreneurs, so naturally, she found her calling for hospitality marketing at a young age. While at University of California, Davis her course work ranged from visual design and creative writing to economics and communications. While studying abroad in Italy, Brittany enrolled in a culinary class and fell in love with espresso, vine ripped tomatoes and homemade pasta, which naturally evolved into an appreciation for the artistry of all things food and drink. After graduation she put her coursework to the test at the family food service business where she directed all marketing strategies that doubled overall sales in just three year.
Eager to advance her career, Brittany moved to New York City where she quickly built an esteemed name for herself in the public relations industry. While in the Big Apple, she gained invaluable experience securing top-tier national media coverage, planning press events and devising strategies that delivered measurable results. After celebrating many successes in New York and always a California girl at heart, Brittany moved home to San Francisco in 2013 where she accepted a new role and directed all aspects of a boutique public relations and marketing agency.
Brittany joins the Andrew Freeman and Company team with pure passion and enthusiasm for all things food, drink and travel. Her work is inspired by her genuine love to work one-on-one with small businesses owners to cultivate nationally recognized brands that she believes the world should know about. Brittany attributes her professional success to living a well-balanced life which includes investing her love and energy into her clients, cooking and making memories around the dining room table with her family, brewing beer with her father, hiking throughout the bay area, barre workouts and exploring the world to discover unique flavors as well as cultural experiences.
At the end of each day, Brittany is grateful that her grandmother’s mantra consistency holds true, “Love what you do, and you will do great work!”