Bridgit Antoinette Evans
President and Founder, Fuel Change
Bridgit Antoinette Evans is a leading voice in the culture change strategy field, collaborating with social change and pop culture leaders to design and implement long-term strategies that shift how mass audiences think, feel and relate to big ideas, values, personal sentiments and cultural narratives. Prior strategy commissions include the National Domestic Workers Alliance #BeTheHelp Oscar campaign; Breakthrough’s #ImHere campaign for immigrant women; GEMS' Girls Are Not for Sale campaign to re-shape perceptions of American sex trafficking survivors; and Don Cheadle’s “Live for Darfur” campaign. Currently, Bridgit designs culture change strategy for Caring Across Generations, Make It Work, Family Values at Work and the Nobel Women's Initiative; consult on Next Gen audience research methodologies for Ford Foundation; and has traveled by invitation to the UK, France, Austria, Croatia, Brazil, South Africa and throughout the U.S. to present lectures, courses and workshops for some of the world's most innovative movement leaders and artists. She is also a professional actor trained in performance and devised theater at Stanford University and Columbia University.
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