Alex Bryant serves as the Media Relations Director for the Trevor Romain Company since June 2019. He's responsible to streamline and amplify the media circulation of the co-founder, the company and its entities in a positive manner through social media and press outreach.
Since graduating from Angelo State University in San Angelo, TX with a B.F.A. degree in Studio Art with a specification in Graphic Design in 2014, Alex moved to Los Angeles, CA to pursue his career within the entertainment industry for his work in graphic design, social media and television production. Throughout the span of 5 years, Alex worked for companies including: CBS, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Dick Clark Productions and NBCUniversal's Esquire and Bravo TV networks. As a result, he received an Emmy ® certificate for his contributions at Entertainment Tonight, 4 American Advertising Awards and most recently named Black Enterprise's Modern Man of Distinction for his contributions to diversity and inclusion initiatives and social media. Alex has also been featured on Hallmark Channel's Home and Family, Oprah.com and CBS. In addition, he's commonly known for his devoted help to the Oprah Winfrey Network as a distinguished OWNer/OWN Ambassador, his contributions to the Nelson Mandela Foundation and his invitation to the Dei Ngu Temple in Westminster, CA from his holiness the Dalai Lama.
During his spare time, Alex empowers, engages and enlightens people from all walks of life through awe-inspiring stories detailing the process of overcoming hardships to interactive workshops to harness practical career building skills as he speaks at conference panels and college campuses such as: Virginia Commonwealth University, Long Beach City College, Middle Tennessee State University and Texas A&M University. As a natural humanitarian, lifelong student and a dedicated professional, Alex strives to share his humbleness to people young and young at heart to dream BIG!
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