Let’s talk about sex, overcoming challenges in a healthy way… literally, and feeling comfortable with having a dominant personality! Let loose and have fun watching veteran news journalist, Deanna Schultz, delve into various women empowerment issues, take on various challenges, and offer solutions… ALL while wearing a catsuit and over-the-knee boots to make the subject matter more appealing and comfortable to viewers. Watch her crack the whip on subjects still considered controversial.
Schultz is an award‐winning, multi‐lingual journalist, working in both English and Spanish news markets. And, is now CEO and Co-founder of D & G PRODUCTIONS. Using her talents and skills gained from the news industry, Deanna’s mission now is to empower women through creative activism delivering messages that inspire dialogue and action, “It’s time to follow my dream of producing and hosting special reports affecting women’s everyday lives.”
From our personal to professional worlds, we confront a roller coaster ride of issues on a daily basis. So, how can we steadily ride those challenges out and be successful at dominating our worlds? Schultz talks with several women and experts to get answers for you!
“I’m a survivor and a fighter! June 2, 2014 changed my life after undergoing a double mastectomy. And, the long recovery from that surgery and my second surgery changed my outlook on life.”
Over the span of her over journalistic career, Deanna has held various positions, i.e., Assignment Desk Manager, Executive Producer, Managing Editor, Assistant News Director, and News Director. In 2014, she was recognized during the 56thSoCal Journalism Awards by the L.A. Press Club, for her role in field‐producing MundoFox National New’s,“Dios Mio! ¿Ahora Quien Manda?” ”My God! Now Who’s In Charge?” from Rome, Italy covering the resignation of then Pope Benedict XVI and the convening of Papal conclave 2013 that resulted in the election of Pope Francis.
Deanna also won a Catholic Academy Gabriel Award in 2014 for her role in producing a Spanish‐language Documentary. “With courage, now it’s time to take all that I have learned, invest it in myself in order to bring women expert advice and solutions to everyday problems.”
Biography: Deanna Elaine Schultz
As the daughter of an Air Force officer, Deanna Schultz constantly moved around the globe. She considers it a unique opportunity to have grown up in an environment in which she learned first‐hand about the world, not having to rely solely on a text book. “I have a great amount of respect for the opportunities my parents presented to us while growing up. While other parents pretty much kept their kids within the walls of military bases. My parents purposely chose to live in regular neighborhoods before moving onto my dad’s assigned Air Force base, allowing my siblings and me the freedom to learn that country’s language, customs and cultures.” As a young adult living in Europe, she started to see the world from a different perspective, one that would propel her into the world broadcast journalism.
Born in Fort Collins, Colorado as Deanna Elaine Reyes‐Ramirez, she is the oldest of four siblings. While in her last year of college in Germany with the University of Maryland, University College, she interned with the Armed Forces Network, and graduated in 1994 with a B.A. in Literature. Since then she has become an award‐winning, multi‐lingual journalist, working in both English and Spanish news markets. And, is now CEO and Co‐founder of D & G PRODUCTIONS. Using her talents and skills gained from the news industry, Deanna’s mission now is to empower people through creative activism, specifically documentaries… delivering messages that inspire dialogue and action.
In 2014, she was recognized during the 56th SoCal Journalism Awards by the L.A. Press Club, for her role in field‐producing MundoFox National New’s,“Dios Mio! ¿Ahora Quien Manda?” ”My God! Now Who’s In Charge?” from Rome, Italy covering the resignation of then Pope Benedict XVI and the convening of Papal conclave 2013 that resulted in the election of Pope Francis.
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