Chana Ginelle Ewing is a storyteller, strategist and entrepreneur who galvanizes communities of color, young people, and women to make cultural dents that move society forward.
Chana’s interests lie at the intersection of innovation, women’s leadership and change-making. For over five years, she has led littlebigGirl and CO, a NYC-based branding and marketing studio servicing non-profit, entertainment/media and technology clients. Committed to social justice, the firm has helped clients such as The Andrew Goodman Foundation activate the civic power of millennials through new programs and content creation, and Firelight Media make controversial historical moments sexy via social media campaigns and influencer activations.
Chana is an in-demand speaker, emcee and judge on the topics of entrepreneurship, digital marketing, and women’s leadership. Chana has led or joined conversations at Social Media Week, Northside Festival, Civic Hall, Pipeline Fellowship Conference, and 3-Day Startup. Chana and her work has been profiled in blogs and digital properties including Voz, MadameNoire, HerAgenda, Black Enterprise and UPTOWN.
In addition to her entrepreneurial efforts, Chana serves on the Millennial Advisory Committee of The Andrew Goodman Foundation and the Young Professionals Committee of 651 ARTS. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia and resides in Brooklyn, NY.