Tani Brown

Head of Partnerships, Jopwell

  • LevelSenior
  • LocationNew York, United States
  • AvailabilityLocked Pro Plan feature
  • ProfessionsBusiness Development Director


About me

Tani began her career as an Account Manager at Google selling and managing advertising products for the top U.S. brick and mortar retail clients. In Summer 2013, she left Google to carry out a Fulbright Fellowship in Vietnam. After returning to the U.S., she joined Jopwell.com as Head of Partnerships. Jopwell is an career hub for Black, Latino/Hispanic, and Native American students and professionals. Tani joined Jopwell to make an impact on the minority recruiting gap. At Jopwell, she is focused on building a strong pipeline of talented, diverse candidates and partner companies from across the U.S. Tani has been featured in USA Today, Ebony, and other publications. She graduated from Princeton University in 2010 with an A.B in Religion and a Certificate in African-American Studies.


  • Partnerships

Work history


Head of Partnerships


Feb 2015
  • United States
  • Full Time


Fulbright Fellow

U.S Department of State

Aug 2013 - May 2014
  • Thai Nguyen, Vietnam
  • Full Time
  • Fulbright U.S. Programs English Language Teaching Assistant Fellow in Vietnam for the 2013-2014 academic year. English Lecturer and Cultural Ambassador for Bureau of Public Affairs U.S State Department.


Account Manager


Jul 2011 - Jun 2013
  • United States
  • Full Time
  • Manage and implement Google advertising & commerce products for top brick and morter clients across Large Customer Services Retail Big-Box vertical.


Campaign Planner


Oct 2010 - Jul 2011
  • United States
  • Full Time
  • Pitch, sell, and manage video and display advertising for YouTube and Google.


Jordan Brand Advertising Intern


Jun 2009 - Aug 2009
  • Beaverton, OR, USA
  • Internship
  • Jordan Brand Advertising Internship. Focused on Nike Pro Combat market segmentation, Chris Paul marketing presentation, digital media brand repositioning, and Nike internship rebrand competition (placing 2nd out of 11 teams) in front of panel of senior Nike executives.