Graduating Class: 2017
Industry: Communications and Government & Public Administration
Gabrielle Bryant is a communications specialist, former journalist, television host and Emmy Award-winning producer. Bryant now serves as the first-ever digital media director for Mayor Michael B. Hancock, a role she’s held since 2018. Prior to working for the City and County of Denver, she hosted the ‘New Black Experience,’ a series she created and produced, focused on highlighting the stories of Black men and women in various industries. In addition to NBE, she produced several other flagship programs for PBS12 in 2016, she won an Emmy Award for her work as producer of Colorado’s longest running public affairs program, “Colorado Inside Out.” After leaving PBS12, Bryant shifted her talent to freelance producing working on shows for Travel Channel, National Geographic and covered politics and community stories for Denver Weekly News and Colorado Politics.
She’s held various board positions including president of Colorado Association of Black Journalists, secretary of Denver African American Commission, PR co-chair of CultureHaus, political & advocacy chair of Urban League Young Professionals of Metro Denver and executive board member of Denver Press Club.
Bryant is a Denver native and mother of two daughters, Domonique (14) and NyImah (11).
Metropolitan State University of Denver, 2010 BA, Broadcast Journalism and Sociology