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Benjamin Coy

Communications Marketing Campaign Manager


Washington, DC

Benjamin Coy

A charismatic and energetic branding and digital marketing professional, Benjamin has a strong academic background in communication, business management, and public relations with a proven history of excellent written and verbal communication skills.

After obtaining his undergraduate degree in public relations and advertising from Bethune-Cookman University, Benjamin completed his Master of Arts in Strategic Communication degree from American University. In his master’s program, they focused on digital communication strategies and analytics—integrating common communications processes with the digital age. With extensive knowledge in brand management, Benjamin understands the power of brand voice, cohesion, and beneficial business relationships.

Benjamin has partnered with several private and non-profit companies where he assisted with social media management, event logistics, content creation, campaign management, creative consulting, and promotion planning. While he is an innovative practitioner, Benjamin also has an extensive background in the performing arts. For almost 15 years, Benjamin has studied classical and jazz voice which led him to travel the world and perform. He is also the co-host of a pop-culture podcast, fashion and art enthusiast, and avid traveler!

Contact Benjamin:
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Recent posts by Benjamin Coy

March 1, 2024

Celebrating Women’s History Month

In the spirit of Women’s History Month, the National LGBTQ Task Force continues to honor and celebrate the remarkable contributions of women+ and femmes. In that vein, we highlight four influential women+ and femmes who have left an indelible mark on history.   Kierra Johnson  Joining the Task Force in 2018 as Deputy Executive Director, Kierra’s…
Against a multicolored background, the graphic reads, "The Task Force celebrates Black History Month." The Task Force logo is in the top righthand corner.
February 1, 2024

Celebrating Black History Month

Happy Black History Month! This month, we’re featuring Black-led/serving organizations and initiatives working to secure the ability to thrive within the intersections of all our identities.
October 30, 2023

Sakia Gunn Way: A Tribute to a Fallen Soul

On October 28, 2023, twenty years after her tragic death, the city of Newark, New Jersey, dedicated a street in honor of Sakia Gunn's memory.