Kerrie Lee Brown is a women's health and lifestyle expert with 20 years of corporate, media and publishing experience. She is recognized for her roles as editor-in-chief of Oxygen Women's Fitness magazine, founding editor of American Health & Fitness for men, executive editor of Today's Parent and Denver Life Magazine, and most recently, the founder/publisher of the wellness brand RedLily® under the publishing arm RedLily® Media LLC. Kerrie is also recognized by the Indie Awards as an editor in the women's anthology category and the recipient of the 2022 "Denver Women of Influence Award".
During her time as the vice president of a global wellness company, Kerrie organized the largest Pilates Class for the Guinness Book of World Records and regularly presented at media events, health conferences, schools and business symposiums. She is known for giving honest and conversational seminars on corporate communications, media mentoring and personal and professional development as part of her Signature Speaking Series.
Besides her many business attributes, Kerrie is a recognized author and speaker, heart-health ambassador, editor and writing coach. She has written hundreds of articles on health, fitness, sport conditioning, nutrition, weight-loss, beauty, active aging, parenting, marketing and motivation in over 150 magazines worldwide; and has interviewed numerous celebrities and pro athletes. In addition, Kerrie has been a guest on various radio and television shows such as: The Social, Extra, Inside Edition, E! News, The Marilyn Denis Show, CityNews, Breakfast Television, The Montel Williams Show, Global's Morning Show, The Performance & Nutrition Show, Fit & Firm TV, Colorado & Company and Flare TV among others. She has also been a judge at international fitness and modelling events; and was a cast member in the stage show "Needfire" at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto, Canada.
Kerrie has a Bachelor of Arts, Communication Studies and Political Science from Wilfrid Laurier University and Bachelor of Applied Arts, Journalism from Ryerson University. She also studied International Relations and Foreign Policy at Moscow University and was a National Model United Nations Delegate at Harvard and McGill Universities.