Nicole Collins Bronzan joined the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) in 2015, bringing journalistic roots and an advocate’s passion to the Foundation’s work to ensure that everyone has the opportunity for a healthier life.
A newswoman at heart, Bronzan sees storytelling as the binding thread in her career: She spent her formative years as an editor at The New York Times, her work spanning breaking news, investigative series and online-only features. She comes to RWJF from ProPublica, the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom, where she was communications director.
Previously, Bronzan directed communications for Freedom to Marry, leading the charge to elevate compelling stories in the fight for marriage equality through article and op-ed placements, events and partnerships. Before that, she oversaw media and grassroots outreach at the Legal Action Center.
Bronzan is a graduate of Florida A & M University, where she earned a BS in newspaper journalism. She lives in Princeton, N.J. When not working toward a Culture of Health, she can be found running (or otherwise playing outside with her kids), seeking out chocolate, or bemoaning the latest grammatical indiscretion.