Broderick "Broddy" Johnson serves as Producer of the March on Washington Film Festival, a national legacy platform he has worked on since its inception in 2013. As Producer, he manages content development and event production. He helps lead the festival team in curating independent programs, locally and nationally, and works closely with the production staff for talent outreach and management, film acquisition, sponsorship’s and the overall strategic development of the annual film festival.
Previously, Broderick was a Senior Associate for the Raben Group. In this capacity, he led social media strategy for the Hispanic National Bar Association, one of the largest Latino professional associations in the country. Broderick has also managed digital marketing, policy, and social media campaigns for the U.S. Soccer Foundation, Annenberg Institute for School Reform (NYC and Los Angeles), Sweet Blackberry (NYC), Committee for Education Funding, and the Walter Kaitz Foundation where he helped design the first Media Mission program, a fellowship for mid- to senior-level military veterans coming out of active duty to enter the cable industry. Broderick conducted interviews with over more than 30 stakeholders who had an interest in the program and integrated their feedback into the strategic direction of the fellowship.
In June 2018, he served as a review panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts where he reviewed over 30 grants based on artistic excellence and artistic merit.
Broderick began his professional career on Capitol Hill in 2009, working for the Committee for Education and Labor. During his tenure as an Investigative Associate, he helped senior staff develop legislation on issues ranging from healthcare, mine safety, and nutrition in schools.
Broderick received a B.S. in Business Administration/Marketing from California State University, Fresno, and was named one of The Hill’s Spinmeisters for his DJing throughout the Washington area. He has also been featured in Brazil, as well as Puerto Rico.