We first met in her days back in radio – in the early days of Twitter. The NAIT (post-secondary where I worked at the time) alum was starting to make a name for herself.
She’s one of those people who gets what online communities are all about – being in community, especially in person.
What I find especially charming about Brittney is that you can pretty much ask her anything about Edmonton and she knows something about it. And she’ll always top what you know about the thing. Making her truly a woman about town.
Two years ago, Brittney challenged herself to meet 5,000 people in a year.
A challenge that came about because she realized she was already meeting at least 1,000 people each year. Instead of doubling the number (because she figured that wasn’t challenging enough) she picked the next best round number.
So that’s like 15 new people – every single day. For a year.
And she did it – meeting 5,033 by the time a year was up.
But her most recent venture came in October 2013, shortly after completing her 5,000-person quest, when she became community manager for Gastropost Alberta.
Gastropost was launched to celebrate those who like to share what they eat online.
— Brittney Le Blanc (@britl) August 30, 2014
This month, read about other people we think you should know.