Tanisha Abernathy Browne is a passionate professional with over 15 years of strategic communications experience in a range of categories, including financial services, healthcare, telecommunications and the non-profit sector.

In her current role as Director of Marketing for the NYC Administration for Children’s Services, Tanisha oversees the strategy and execution of public awareness campaigns, large events and an array of marketing materials supporting the agency’s Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice and Early Care and Education divisions. Prior to that, Tanisha served as Brand Specialist at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), where she was responsible for positioning the Foundation’s brand and developing an audience engagement strategy to support the RWJF’s vision to build a Culture of Health. Her previous experience includes leading teams to develop advertising and marketing strategies for a number of clients such as Capital One, Weight Watchers and Verizon.

Tanisha holds an MPA from Baruch College and a BBA in Marketing from Howard University. She is both the Junior Board President an active mentor for Of Home, Family and Future, a nonprofit organization that offers programming to support domestic violence survivors and college-bound foster youth. Tanisha is a native New Yorker and a Brooklyn resident. She is married and is a step mother to two amazing and precocious teenagers.