Bree has "boots on the ground" experience. She has represented the government, large organizations (such as United Way), small companies and public figures. Her current client roster includes non-profits, start-up, small and medium-sized companies, professional speakers and athletes, and professional sports teams. Her clients have been featured in traditional and new media, such as the New York Times, Huffington Post, New York Post, Chicago Tribune, NBC, Orlando Business Journal, Fox, CNN, Orlando Sentinel, Young Entrepreneur, and the Entrepreneur Podcast Network, among others. Since founding Publicly Related, Bree has been nominated for Women to Watch in Orlando, 40 Under 40, and Women Who Mean Business. She created a DIY program to publicize local businesses and has been published multiple times. Currently, Bree conducts educational seminars and mentors budding entrepreneurs. An adjunct instructor at the University of Central Florida, Bree loves working with tomorrow's leaders. Her class brings real-world challenges to the classroom, and prepares students with basic marketing skills and strategies for the digital world. Students love her class and nominated Bree for the Most Transformative Moment award. Bree is a co-founder of the Jewish Chamber of Commerce, and is known as a consummate connector. She has been instrumental at establishing and growing the organization. Bree initiated collaboration among other local minority chambers, which now support and promote one another. Having earned a Master's Degree from the prestigious University of Chicago, Bree aptly communicates with others. Her academic background, real-world experience, and business savvy give Bree a unique perspective. Bree's interests are continued in her philanthropic involvement. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, cycling, and playing soccer.