Anna Easterbrooks has a decade of experience leading and producing full-scale, integrated digital media campaigns serving clients from non-profits to corporations, for former U.S. Congressmen and Representatives to CEOs and authors. As an experienced digital media strategist, Anna specializes in maximizing digital footprints with a focus on content strategy and online community engagement, leveraging real-time data analytics and trends to execute successful long-term advocacy and awareness campaigns, as well as bolstering corporate communications efforts.
At CURA Strategies, Anna develops and executes organic and paid digital media campaigns for mental health organizations, including Behavioral Health Group and Advocates for Opioid Recovery. She is experienced in integrated digital communications content strategy, social media and online community management and engagement, as well as social media, blog and website consultation.
Prior to joining CURA Strategies, Anna worked for The Kennedy Forum, a leading mental health policy and advocacy non-profit founded by former U.S. Representative Patrick Kennedy. There, she led digital marketing efforts, bridging policy and advocacy with social and digital media content strategy. She also led the integrated launch of Advocates for Opioid Recovery’s social media platforms and website. She also directed social media strategy for Carahsoft, one of the largest government IT aggregators, where she co-authored a “3-Step Action Plan For Minimizing Social Media Risk” with Hootsuite, which was presented at GSMCON, a national social media conference.