Brittney Borowicz

Brittney Borowicz is an integrated marketing professional with a strong communications background specializing in journalism, public relations and social media. Originally from the northwest suburbs of Chicago, Brittney has spent the past few years working with entrepreneurs and small start-ups in the Chicagoland area to enhance their marketing and social media efforts.

Prior to her current role as the marketing manager for a computer networking company, Brittney realized her affinity for all things media and marketing while working in radio and television and as a professional presenter. Later, she began working at a couple of small marketing agencies in Chicago as a Public Relations and Sales Director and Account Manager, which required her to be well-versed in coordinating specialized public and media relations strategies, creative marketing initiatives and cohesive sales process implementations.

As a strong believer in intimate consumer/brand involvement, Brittney helps her clients create content that engages and educates brand audiences while establishing each individual or company as a thought leader in their industry.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Suicide has hit the spotlight in the past few days due to the tragic and unexpected death of Robin Williams. Robin Williams was a beloved artist and comic genius.

But what some people fail to recognize is that suicide is a very real problem for many people... not just celebrities.

Today, I got the terrible, extremely upsetting news that one of my brother’s best friends committed suicide. I will not share any names or details out of respect for the family. Nonetheless, it breaks my heart that someone so young and incredibly full of potential felt that this was their only option.

Although the public has been extremely vocal about this in the past several days, I would like to say it again…

If you are suffering from depression, or even if you aren’t, but suicide seems like your only option, please, please talk to someone and get help.

Beyond talking with friends and family, you can find the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org.


To Write Love On Her Arms, a non-profit organization which aims to present hope for people struggling with addiction, depression, self injury, and thoughts of suicide while also investing directly into treatment and recovery, is another wonderful source for those suffering or for those who just want to help. For more information on how to become involved and to donate, visit http://www.twloha.com.