As the influencer industry continues to grow, so too does our dedicated team. We were lucky enough to add Morgan Kennedy as an assistant manager of influencers and strategic partners late last year. If you haven’t yet had the chance to meet Moe, let’s change that! Prior to joining Team B, Morgan worked for the Regional Whole Foods Market office on location in Albuquerque, NM, managing marketing and community outreach initiatives for the New Mexico Metro. She has developed marketing, event, and influencer strategies to drive sales and tangible results for clients and partners alike. With a strong background in social media, partnership development and influencer relations, Morgan loves to facilitate creative and strategic story-telling through the work she does.

With family roots that run in deep in the Colorado Mountains, Morgan moved to Denver after realizing she spent more weekends in the neighboring state than at her actual home. Outside of the office, you’ll typically find Morgan behind her laptop writing, on a patio eating apps, or searching out the best London Fog in town. Learn more about her in the questions below!

About what aspect of joining BPR are you most excited?

My favorite part of BPR is the team; being surrounded by motivated and talented women pushes me to work harder and will allow me to grow immensely. Oh, and the snacks are killer?

Favorite restaurant or happy hour spot?

My favorite restaurant so far would have to be Tony P’s; the key to my heart is fresh-made ravioli. Favorite drink spot would be Red Square Euro Bistro + Vodka Bar. Three words; mint vodka soda. 

Any secret talents we should know about?

I am a certified thumb-wrestling champion.  

What is at the top of your bucket list?

To compete on Survivor! Not sure what part of being stranded on a deserted island without food and surrounded by strangers really won me over, but I’ve been obsessed with the show since I was six years old so I’m all in.

What is your favorite place to which you have traveled?

Rocamadour, France. It’s a beautiful clifftop village carved into the side of a mountain in south-central France; the same couple that owned the only inn in town and one of the only restaurants, took us in like family and made it an unforgettable experience. I would love to go back again one day.

You’re new to Denver. What is your favorite thing about living here, so far?

The food! A part from being a beautiful city, with great weather and so much to do, the food here is amazing.

What is the most spontaneous thing you have ever done?

Purchasing tickets to LA minutes after the Dodgers made it to the World Series (only to cancel our flights the next day?)

Aside from the necessities, what one thing could you not go a day without?

Probably Google Maps because I am notorious for getting lost, which is even worse now that I live in a new city.  

If you could only have one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?

I would say a salad, but one that’s more like a really large crouton, with lots of tomatoes and cheese, and no greens… so like a pizza. I would say pizza.