Dana Barka is the founder and president of Barka Communications. She has more than 15 years executing strategic programs for companies of all sizes, from Fortune 100 to start-up companies. She specializes in providing services to the transportation, technology, finance and professional services industries and has wide-ranging expertise in brand development, B2B thought leadership programs, corporate messaging, digital communications strategy, collateral development, white papers and case studies.
Dana quickly built an outstanding reputation as a marketing communications expert by working directly with C-level executives to launch brand communications strategies. As a result, she managed multi-million dollar programs that gained exposure in several global publications such as The New York Times, Financial Week, FORTUNE, The Economist, Inc Magazine and CFO Magazine. Dana has been at the helm of many remarkable ventures throughout her career such as serving as an independent consultant for companies such as Coca-Cola and UPS and driving national campaigns through partnerships with companies like Lowe’s, Radio Shack, The Home Depot and Staples.
After developing successful marketing and communication programs for more than a decade, Dana launched Barka Communications in 2011. Barka Communications was inspired by Dana’s desire to give businesses new, effective ways to communicate with clients and prospects to stimulate new revenue streams and uncover new business opportunities.
Barka Communications exists for one purpose: to help businesses break free from dry, jargon-filled corporate speak and tap into the passion and vision that truly drives employees and customers to take action. ~Dana Barka
Dana holds a bachelor of science in Communications from the University of Tennessee. She resides in Marietta, Georgia with her family and enjoys biking, cooking and writing in her down time.