BrooklineHub.com is a 501C3 non-profit dedicated to reporting and commenting on life, culture and community in Brookline. As part of our mission, we advocate for non-profits vital in making this a better place to live, and by sponsoring and supporting events that promote community-building. We hold the belief that as a community, we should foster the well-being of all, remaining mindful of our young people, seniors, and underprivileged.
R. Harvey Bravman, Publisher
Harvey has lived in and/or owned businesses in Brookline since 1988. In 1998, he founded Advanced Digital Replication from his home on Columbia Street. Six years later, he purchased the Coolidge Corner Gym along with other Brookline residents to preserve a healthy neighborhood-gathering place. He also served as President of the Coolidge Corner Merchants Association for six years, acting as a liaison between the town, business and residential communities. During this time he launched Advanced Digital Websites, moving his office to Washington St.
In the midst of his community and business activities, in 2006 Harvey founded CoolidgeCornerHub.com, which later expanded its focus to the entire town becoming BrooklineHub.com. From this platform, Harvey created community-building initiatives including the Brookline Hub Youth Awards and the Feed Brookline drive to support the Brookline Emergency Food Pantry.
Talia Whyte, Editorial Director
Talia Whyte has been a freelance writer and editor for over 15 years. Her work can be found in the Houston Chronicle, The Progressive, The Grio, The Boston Globe, MSNBC, PBS, Al Jazeera English, among many others. She is also the managing director of Global Wire Associates, a digital communications firm.
David Reznikow is a licensed loan partner at Fairway Independent Mortgage. A Brookline native and BHS graduate, Reznikow is currently a Newton resident but has remained part of the Brookline Community. As a Brookline Chamber of Commerce Director and business member Reznikow has had the opportunity to add to the vibrancy and diversity of the business community while helping to raise funds for local charitable organizations through many Chamber initiatives. Both Reznikow’s parents have businesses in Brookline, still live in the home where they raised three children, and can often be found playing with their grandson, Cameron, at Dean Park.
Danielle Myers has been working in media in the Boston area since 2011. She has been part of the production teams for a wide range of projects, including documentary films and multimedia museum exhibits. In her free time, she enjoys surfing, yoga, and photography.
Alicia Landsberg has been working in educational and tech publishing in the Boston area since 2011. A graduate of Syracuse University, she has written freelance pieces on travel and Boston-area attractions and events. She is currently a resident of Brookline and enjoys books, dance, cooking, and tennis in her free time.
Celina Colby is a freelance writer and digital marketer living in Boston. When she’s not sampling a new restaurant or reviewing an art exhibit, she’s exploring new territories for her travel, art, and style site Trends and Tolstoy.
Sophia Marie is a second-year graduate student in the Media Innovation
program at Northeastern University. She is focusing on Immersive content, social justice, and climate change. She freelances for a variety of publications including Undark, Storybench, The Huffington Post, and New York Moves Magazine. Here in Boston, you can find her at the Museum of Fine Art, Buffalo Exchange, or trivia night in Jamaica Plains.