Born and raised (basically) in Dallas, Texas – had a short stint (birth on the East Coast), I think that combination makes me extra fun and spicy. I am a mama to a 6-year-old Goldendoodle named Johnny Cash. Clearly, I am a music lover, mostly 70’s/80’s and then this pop-rock princess also loves her Blink 182 and Machine Gun Kelly. Also appreciate good food, great wine, and amazing company.
2+ years total – what a ride it has been!
I’m part of the talent management team working with an incredibly talented roster of clients from health/wellness/lifestyle professionals to podcast hosts and traditional actors. My goal is to be a key player and partner in their growth from a digital and brand perspective. This differs for each talent and I dedicate myself to spending time brainstorming and finding new and innovative ways to expand their individual brands.
Working for a company that allows you to venture into new territories, work with talented people internally and client-facing and most of all GROW. Grow in your position and grow as a human, as I am constantly surrounded by incredible and inspiring humans.
Do I dare share my (Deanna’s) secret food spots??? You haven’t really lived until you have had the Bacon Burrito at Cofax coffee on Fairfax. Marvin on Beverly is the chic, cozy French-American bistro with that neighborhood vibe and the BEST steak frites + Truffle Rigatoni Bolognese.
For the beach spot, there is an entrance between Nobu & Soho in Malibu that always does the trick for me, away from the tourists but still not that bad of a drive from Weho (I am lying to myself here). Also, the Den on sunset will always have a special place in my heart.
I am very into natural wines lately – especially skin contact or orange wines. A local favorite is Super Real Wines 🙂
SOO MANY but my top 3:
“Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History.”
“Without panic, there is no excitement. If you feel totally sure about what you are doing, you shouldn’t do it.” – Oscar de la Renta
“Life’s too short to drink cheap wine.” my dad always told me this, but I think we should also give credit to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe per Google.