About Brittany Abbate
Director of Marketing and Business Development
Brittany Abbate is Director of Marketing and Business Development at Dynamic Wealth Partners, although she wears many hats in the firm. Primarily, Brittany is responsible for consumer and client interaction, meaning part of her job is to ensure clients receive great service and clear communication. She’s a driven problem-solver and believes strongly in the high-touch service concept embodied at DWP.
Brittany is an award-winning writer and journalist, with a background in consumer advertising and mass marketing and media. Prior to taking a role in the family business, Brittany consulted for various companies in the Phoenix area, specializing in strategic marketing communications and development of brand message and positioning. Over the course of her career she has been privileged to work for and alongside Fortune 500 brands, national media outlets, top advertising agencies, and some of the finest strategists and communicators in the country. She began her career in the highly regulated environment of the pharmaceutical industry and thus brings a specialty focus on and knowledge about healthcare to her current efforts, particularly for our clients actively working in or retired from health and medical professions.
Brittany holds a Master’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism from Northwestern University’s esteemed Medill School of Journalism and is a member of Kappa Tau Alpha, a national honor society marking high distinction in academic work related to journalism and communication. She continues to live by that society’s ideals of Knowledge, Truth and Accuracy, finding these standards to be just as applicable in financial services as it has been in her previous roles.
What Makes Brittany Dynamic?
First, Brittany isn’t just our CEO’s partner at work…she and Michael Abbate have been married for more than 16 years. They’ve lived in at least four major U.S. cities together, and recently settled in Gilbert, AZ with their two kids and three dogs (she must be a saint!).
Brittany attended college in New Orleans, LA. With a minor in French, she enjoyed the unique experience of traveling the state to make audio recordings featuring the last of the Acadian “Cajun” French speakers remaining after settling in Louisiana in the late 1700s.
Brittany has filed news reports from the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. and has appeared in newspapers and on television and radio news stations in various markets across the country.
Brittany’s work has been recognized by the Illinois Associated Press, The Midwest Regional Emmys, The National Association of Black Journalists, Illinois Association of Teachers of English and The Southeast Journalism Conference.