About Howard Bragman

Howard BragmanOne of the nation’s leading public relations professionals, Howard Bragman has dedicated his career to achieving excellence in the communications industry. Acknowledged as an industry frontrunner, he presently serves as Vice President of Reputation.com, a role he assumed in 2011. In conjunction with his work at this preeminent reputation management firm, Bragman chairs Fifteen Minutes Public Relations, a Los Angeles-based company that he launched in 2005. Prior to assuming his current position at Reputation.com, he also worked as Fifteen Minutes’ Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

After completing his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Journalism at the University of Michigan, Bragman started his professional career as the Vice President of Burson-Marsteller Public Relations. He departed the company in 1989 to establish Bragman Nyman Cafarelli (BNC), which was acquired by Interpublic Group in 2001. From 1988 until 2003, he also served as an Adjunct Professor of Public Relations at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg Center for Communications.

Lauded for his work in gay, lesbian, and transgender communities, Bragman has assisted a range of athletes, actors, and musicians in the process of coming out. Due to his efforts, he has received awards from human rights organizations such as the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD).

A highly regarded speaker, Howard Bragman has appeared as a guest on national television programs including the Today Show, Good Morning America, the Oprah Winfrey Show, and Entertainment Tonight. He is frequently quoted in print and online news publications, and has been profiled in National Public Radio (NPR), LA Weekly, and the Hollywood Reporter. In addition to his other accomplishments, Bragman is the author of the bestselling volume entitled “Where’s My Fifteen Minutes?: Get Your Company, Your Cause, or Yourself the Recognition You Deserve.”

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