A native of San Francisco Bayview Hunter’s Point, Brigette Renee LeBlanc has her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications from California State Hayward in Hayward, CA, and her Master of Arts in Tourism Administration with a concentration in Event Planning from George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
LeBlanc has taught in the Hospitality Department and College and Career Summer Program at San Francisco City College. LeBlanc worked with Ignite CA and facilitated a political leadership afterschool program at Metro High School in Bayview. LeBlanc has extensive leadership training from programs like Leadership San Francisco, EARN Policy Leadership Ambassador and Emerge California. A graduate of Renaissance Entrepreneurship and former President of Black Women Organized for Political Action in San Francisco.
LeBlanc was appointed to the Southeast Community Facility Commission by San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom in 2010 and currently chairs the Facilities Advisory Committee and the liaison for the SFPUC 9910 program. A Board Member of The San Francisco African American Chamber of Commerce she has chaired the Membership Committee since 2010.
Brigette Renee LeBlanc, MTA is the principle of LeBlanc and Associates, LLC. With over 10 years of experience in hospitality, political campaigns, radio advertising and promotions, LeBlanc launched her own event management firm in Washington, D.C. in 1998 and opened the San Francisco office in 2006. Today, the firm has added technical support services, community outreach and travel and leisure logistics to the company’s portfolio.
LeBlanc and Associates has proven their ability to balance priorities, meet tight deadlines, and produce exceptional quality outcomes for events and meetings. The firm has built a reputation for impeccable attention to details, thriving in high pressure environments and keeping an eye on the bottom line.
LeBlanc and Associates, LLC is one of the progressive stakeholders influencing the cultures of the community and setting new expectations project by project.
Brigette Renee LeBlanc, MTA