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About Cary Brazeman

Cary Brazeman is chief executive of The Corporate Storyteller, a national marketing and public relations agency he founded in 2000. The agency specializes in business-to-business and professional services marketing, including real estate, energy/environment and association/nonprofit marketing.

The agency’s experience in real estate marketing includes all aspects of the business, from development and financing to property, information and technology services. Previously, Cary was a senior executive with CBRE based in Los Angeles and The Real Estate Roundtable in Washington, D.C.

The agency’s extensive experience in energy/environment includes building energy efficiency, alternative fuels and alternative-fuel vehicles. Cary was involved in the launch of American Honda's first hybrid gas-electric vehicle.

With more than 20 years' experience, Cary has led dozens of teams in developing and executing national marketing and PR programs. His approach to corporate storytelling is grounded in helping clients translate their promise to customers into language, imagery and information that can be leveraged to win the argument for their products and services.

The Corporate Storyteller and our team members (Victoria, Leslie, Lisa, Jim and Dave) have won numerous design and copywriting awards over the years.

More Background

Cary has been involved in civic affairs in Los Angeles to encourage a more livable city and entrepreneurial business. As a former candidate for city controller, he helped shine the light on L.A. Fire Department response times. Since his report was published, the Los Angeles Times investigated the issue to reveal serious problems with the city’s 911 dispatch system and provide performance data on a block-by-block basis.

Working with a group of volunteers, Cary analyzed the proposed downtown stadium deal and helped successfully advocate to reduce taxpayer risk. He’s been at the forefront of advocating for the city to fix tree-damaged sidewalks, which have been neglected for a generation, pose a safety hazard for pedestrians and discourage investment in the city.

Cary is a graduate of Georgetown University.


  • Member, Urban Land Institute
  • Member, California Planning and Conservation League
  • Member, Congregation Kol Ami
  • Member, National Low Income Housing Coalition
  • Former Member, Board of Directors, Friends of the Los Angeles River
  • Former Land Use Committee Chair, Mid City West Community Council