Principal / Brand Strategist
Sims passion for branding, marketing, and communications has led him to work for a variety of government, non-profit, and publicly traded companies. His diverse experience has included work in a variety of markets including; New York, Los Angeles, Germany, Chicago and Washington D.C. His public relations efforts for clients has been featured in the Washington Post, USA Today and The New York Times. Sims is highly specialized in community-based campaigns, crisis communications, internal and external corporate communications, mergers and acquisitions. Sims works with many of the agency's largest corporate retainer clients and advises publicly traded c-suite executive and leadership teams. Sims has been recognized for his outstanding achievements with a Business Report Top 40 Under 40 Award and Marketing Executives of America Top Executive of the Year. Brent supports the efforts of the following non-profits FranU, Hospice of Baton Rouge, Black Lives Matter, The Girls Scouts of Louisiana, BREC Foundation, BREC Foundation, the BREC Foundation Christmas Bicycle Drive where Sims has donate dozens of bicycles to children in need for many years. Brent supports the Girls Who Code an international non-profit on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does. To learn more about Girls Who Code read their inclusion statement here. Brent spearheads the agency's college mentoring program where interns from Nicholas, Southern, LSU, and Southeastern are exposed to various agency rolls throughout their internships in order to promote and engage diversity within the advertising field. Sims, as a hobby, writes screenplays and directs films in the sci-fi and horror genres. He lives in Baton Rouge with his wife and three children; two girls and one boy.