San Francisco-based Venables Bell + Partners Promotes Brittni Hutchins to Associate Partner, Managing Director


By Egotist / /

Leading independent creative company Venables Bell + Partners announced the promotion of Brittni Hutchins to Associate Partner, Managing Director. In this new role, she’ll continue to drive growth initiatives, oversee client partnerships, support the company’s commitment to creative excellence, and oversee agency marketing efforts. Hutchins will also play a key role in championing VB+P’s guiding principle of “do right by people” (clients, consumers, and employees) in all facets of its business and processes. Hutchins previously held the post of Associate Partner, Chief Growth Officer.

“We want more of what Brittni does best: she drives our work to have the greatest possible impact for our clients,” said Paul Venables, VB+P Founder and Chairman. “In her new role as Managing Director, Brittni will be deeply involved in everything we do as she leads our people, partners with our clients, and shapes and markets our offerings. Brittni having more influence on more aspects of our business means only good things for VB+P and our clients.”

Hutchins initially worked with VB+P earlier in her career as a brand team leader and returned in 2021 as the agency’s Head of Growth and Marketing. In early 2023, she was promoted to Associate Partner, Chief Growth Officer. She made a tremendous impact in both of these roles, first working with agency leadership to overhaul the company’s growth strategies and then subsequently securing 17 new partnerships with established and emerging brands, including Girl Scouts of the USA, AG1, Bob Evans Farms, Affirm, Opendoor, Peelz, Bay Alarm, Chrome Industries, and PepsiCo brand Off The Eaten Path.

Hutchins has also heavily influenced the agency’s work by spearheading creative initiatives and partnerships that aim to positively affect critical cultural issues and challenges today, including reproductive rights, book bans across the US, hate incidents against the AAPI community, and LGBTQIA+ mental health. In her free time, Brittni also founded “Women That Fight (WTF),” a collective of senior women in advertising compelled to take action on current pressing issues facing women.


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