Bridget Lewis is an Emmy Award-winning businesswoman with more than 20 years experience in the communications industry. She has honed her ability to identify her client’s needs and develop strategies that deliver consistent and quality results.

Bridget is known for being a dynamic relationship builder, ensuring that your brand’s voice is heard in the cluttered media landscape. First as a journalist and now as a veteran communicator, Bridget knows how to articulate a message and form lasting relationships with clients and media.

Prior to starting Mouthpiece Communications, Bridget built a distinguished career as a television news producer at ABC, CBS, NBC and PBS network affiliates across the country. Her more than 20 years in broadcasting garnered two Emmy Awards, a third Emmy nomination, and other industry honors. She was also recognized for producing a live town hall special with legendary ABC News Anchor Peter Jennings. 

An exemplary writer, Bridget had the opportunity to expand her communications skills by working for one of the nation’s most influential evangelists, Bishop T.D. Jakes. She developed content for print publications, marketing collateral for The Potter’s House, and major conferences such as Woman, Thou Art Loosed and the first MegaFest held in Johannesburg, South Africa.

A passionate advocate for higher education, Bridget collaborated with nationally-respected faculty and staff to promote academic research and student excellence at the University of Texas at Arlington. Her efforts resulted in placements with The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Dallas Morning News, Huffington Post, Slate, CBS This Morning, CNN, NBC News, BBC, BET, Fox News Network, History Channel, National Public Radio, U.S. News & World Report, and countless other news websites and blogs. During her tenure at UTA, Bridget also responded to crisis communications efforts in conjunction with senior leaders, and both local and campus law enforcement. She spearheaded or contributed to the planning and/or promotion of high-profile events, which include the groundbreaking for the multi-million dollar Science, Engineering, Innovation and Research (SEIR) Building, YET Center announcement (in conjunction with the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Committee), College Park Center opening (inaugural concert featuring Drake), Maverick Speakers Series, Fab Lab launch, and JFK Assassination – 50 Years Later, a record-setting multi-media exhibit in the UTA Libraries Special Collections. 

In her spare time, Bridget enjoys traveling with her husband and their daughter, volunteering, mentoring college students, attending professional sporting events, and supporting the arts.