Hi there, I’m Kelly Ann Collins.
Throughout my career, I have worked with hundreds of brands to launch, reinvent, position and dominate.
Along with my team, I have masterminded and executed hundreds of projects, campaigns and brands — and generated billions of impressions and millions of blog visits, likes, retweets and views for a wide array of organizations.
My work involves companies, nonprofits and brands, including: United Nations, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, World Bank, USAID, Starbucks, the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Adobe, CBS, CNET, Disney, Jamba Juice, and more.
I started her career in journalism at a young age, and helped launch USAToday.com and several editorial products. As a publisher, I spearheaded print news publications, and a blog with 3 million readers. I have been a ghostwriter for several A-list celebrities. I also has worked to help launch AOL co-founder Steve Case’s Revolution (and the editorial product that is now Everyday Health).
I helped take the United Nations LIVE as an original member of the SDG Media Zone team pilot and launch team — of only 5 people — because I believed the UN should broadcast its activities and thought leadership to every country in the world. Now, thanks in part to the launch team’s vision, the UN broadcasts live from the World Economic Forum, the UN General Assembly, Web Summit and more!
In 2020, I was picked by the UN’s World Food Program as an Ambassador for Good, and I was previously touted by POLITICO as a “Leader of the Pack.” A believer in life-long learning, I have participated in programs at Y Combinator and Google. I completed my undergrad at WVU, and I also completed graduate programs at MIT and Cornell. Currently, I serve on The George Washington University School of Business’ Advisory Council where I support its women’s leadership mission.