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Paris Bradley

Paris Bradley

Senior Vice President

Paris Bradley is a Senior Vice President at Teneo where she advises clients on effective communication strategies for their most complex and high-impact initiatives, specializing in media relations, reputation and brand management, CEO positioning, and DE&I.

Prior to joining Teneo, Paris served as a Vice President at Edelman, where she focused on building and scaling global, integrated marketing campaigns for technology and consumer brands. Throughout her time at the firm, she helped Fortune 100 companies re-conceive their business models and start-ups disrupt their industries.

Before working at Edelman, Paris led product communications at DISH and served as the company’s first spokesperson. She supported the Chief Technology Officer in all internal and external marketing initiatives, including the design of over two dozen new product launches. As spokesperson, she produced and starred in hundreds of TV shows and represented the company in top-tier media and speaking engagements.

Paris founded the first diversity organization at DISH, the DISH Women’s Network, that she grew to over 1,000 active members, building the framework for all future employee resource groups. At CES (Consumer Electronic Show) she was awarded for her work championing diversity, equity and inclusion across the technology industry.

Paris earned her bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Colorado and resides in Brooklyn, NY.