A Wisconsin native, Brianna Wilson is General Manager of Marketing Communication at Mental Health and Recovery Board for Clark, Greene and Madison Counties (MHRB) based in Springfield, Ohio. She currently serves on several suicide prevention and substance use coalitions, and is a member of the Ohio Association for Behavioral Health Authorities' (OACBHA) statewide Committee to Address Suicide. Brianna led marketing communication efforts for MHRB's 2018 levy renewal campaign, which passed by the largest margin to date. Most recently, Brianna was accepted to the Behavioral Health Training Institute for Health Officials, jointly funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Council for Behavioral Health.
A 2013 graduate of St. Olaf College, Brianna studied psychology, media studies, and women's studies. After three years of professional marketing communication experience, she returned to school and graduated with a Master of Arts in Communication from The Ohio State University in 2018.
Brianna has hundreds of published articles to date, including pieces for Saveur magazine, Madison Magazine, The Capital Times, and USA Today College. She won a top award and honorable mention in the 2011 and 2012 St. Olaf College Abroad Literary Contents, and is recipient of the 2017 Top Theory Paper at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication's Theory and Methodology Division. Brianna completed the Leadership Clark County program in March 2019.