Blockchain.com announced Brooks Wallace as Head of Communications

by | Aug 12, 2021

Blockchain.com appointed Brooks Wallace to Head of Communications. This role is reflective of Blockchain.com’s rapid growth. Blockchain.com’s user base is expanding exponentially and the team remains more focused than ever on relentlessly building the future of finance.

Brooks Wallace was recently appointed to Head of Communications at Blockchain.com. For the past 12+ years, Brooks’ career has focused on working with companies at the intersection of business, technology and innovation, from startups to the Fortune 500. She’s helped lead communications programs for clients including Bank of America, Dunkin’ Donuts, Kaon Interactive, Staples, Honeywell, Google, Zenefits, Vesper, Ripple, Coinbase, and many more.

PR News named Brooks a Rising PR Star and PR Daily named her 2019 Media Relations Professional of the Year. She also serves on the PRSA San Francisco Bay Area chapter’s Board of Directors. Brooks holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Northeastern University and is currently based in Portland, Maine.

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