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Bryanta Maxwell
Advance Coordinator
U.S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development

Bryanta “Bre” Booker-Maxwell was recently appointed to serve in the Biden-Harris Administration as an Advance Coordinator with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. She is a former Senior Associate at Mosaic Communications, a digital communications, and media buying consulting firm based in Washington, DC. She has most recently been Principal and CEO of Indigo Consulting, an advocacy, consulting, and community relations firm. Bre was Political Director for Jaime Harrison’s U.S. Senate campaign and has worked for Majority Whip, Congressman James E. Clyburn. She is the Vice President of Political and Outreach for 46 Hope Rd, a local organization in South Carolina working to engage the disengaged and to help people of color become registered voters; is a Democratic National Committeewoman from South Carolina; and serves on the Board of Richland County Sheriff Office Citizen Advisory Committee. She is a graduate of Leadership Columbia and has been honored by Columbia Business Monthly as a “Best and Brightest 35 and under,” South Carolina Black Pages “Top 20 Under 40,” and 2016 South Carolina Democratic Party “Young Democrat of the Year.” Bre is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc.

Bre is a sought-after political commentator and regularly appears on various networks such as FOX News, MSNBC, Al Jazeera TV, the former Black News Channel, and NewsMax.

Committed to making change in South Carolina’s political process, Bre co-founded Taking Root, an organization focused on the political and educational enhancement of young girls in South Carolina. She also served on the Democratic National Committee Youth Council, fighting for the issues critical to young voters.

Growing up in rural South Carolina, Bre learned from her mother the importance of voting in elections to create change in the community. That lesson stayed with her as she began her studies at South Carolina State University in Orangeburg, SC. She led numerous voter registration drives within the community and participated in Student Government. Upon graduation, Bre went on to volunteer on the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign.

Bre holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a pre-law concentration from South Carolina State University and a Master of Public Administration from Walden University. She is widely known for her practical, commonsense approach to political strategy, issue advocacy, and civic engagement. As a southern girl with a competitive spirit, Bre has an unwavering commitment to creating positive change in the political process.

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