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Deanna D. Dias

Deanna D. Dias is an African American personality Emcee, blogger, entrepreneur, seamstress, and part-time model.  Her roots began on the East Side on the steel city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She grew up an only child but heavily surrounded and loved by the many members of her family and friends.

She has studied business at the University of Pittsburgh and American Military University. Other studies include the performance arts at Slippery Rock University, Cosmetology (licensed) at Empire Beauty School, internship at The New Pittsburgh Courier, Basic Combat Training and Human Resource training through the United States Army, Suicide Prevention training, radio broadcasting at 1340 AM WOOW, and Zumba (licensed) Instructor training.

She has knowledge and experience in entrepreneurship, marketing, fashion design, journalism, broadcast journalism, management, photography, videography, cosmetology, suicide prevention, and Zumba fitness.

What she loves is electronics and technology (Apple and Samsung products) and reading, and fashion. You can always catch her with her iPad pro and MacBook Pro. She also loves giving and receiving positive vibes and realistically encouraging and building up people around her and promoting their individuality. Most importantly, she loves her relationship with God and strives to maintain and strengthen her spirituality.

What keeps her going is her mother (RIP), grandfather,  her best friends, endeavors, and significant other.

Her influences include her mother and grandmother Esther Dias and Esther Mae Foulks (Dias) and Michelle Obama. 

Deanna has traveled the world twice from the Horn of Africa to the city of Kuwait (but can you believe she's never been on a cruise?!)

By employing her business, networking, communication skills she has worked with major brands such as Mazda, Cricket, Fairlife, Coca Cola, Sparkling Ice, Mars M&Ms, Nature’s Bakery, Aldi-Little Journey, and Zumba.

Her ultimate goals are to handwrite scholarship and startup check for students and other entrepreneurs.