Bronwyn Wallace
Bronwyn leads the Houston energy practice and focuses on media, thought leadership, environmental issues, and crisis. Over the past 20 years at H+K, she has served a variety of clients across the energy spectrum from power and utilities and renewables to pipelines, natural gas, smart grid, refining and petrochemicals. Her crisis work includes training, crisis communications plan development and response.

Career highlights include helping establish America’s National Gas Alliance (ANGA) to drive awareness across stakeholders about the benefits of natural gas for U.S. power and transportation clean-fuel needs. Bronwyn also worked for four years to execute an extensive grassroots community and media relations campaign for a nine-county, two-state area, to secure community support and federal approval for building the Gulfstream Natural Gas System.

Before joining H+K, Bronwyn was a media consultant and associate editor for Dr. Michael E. DeBakey at Baylor College of Medicine, where she helped coordinate the editing, publicity and media for The New Living Heart, a book written by Dr. DeBakey and Dr. Antonio Gotto, Jr.

Bronwyn holds a cum laude bachelor’s degree in geology with a minor in art from Smith College and is a member of the scientific research society Sigma Xi. She is a member of the Junior League of Houston and served on the Board of the Moores School of Music Society. In 2017, she was inducted into the PRWeek “PR Champions Hall of Femme.”