Under The Influence
“Happiness is not something you postpone for the future, it is something you design for the present”
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In a world where it is so easy to find the darkness, let your light shine. Coming to you this Christmas, #LightTheWorld
Brandy Vega is a passionate philanthropist, entrepreneur, journalist, instructor, influencer U.S Army veteran, single mom, and foster mom. She is considered an expert in marketing, advertising, public relations, broadcasting and social media.
Her most recent movement is Good Deed Revolution, as Founder and CEO of the nonprofit dedicated to changing the world one good deed at a time. GDR inspires others in the community to give back through random acts of kindness. Good Deed Revolution produces videos featuring good deeds and shares the them online in an effort to uplift, inspire and motivate others to be kind. Brandy is also the CEO of a video production company focusing on marketing and PR.
She graduated high school 6 months early and joined the army as a broadcast journalist and public affairs specialist. She served in Kosovo and on several other deployments with distinction. Her time in army also gave her the opportunity of briefing and interviewing senior United States officials including Colin Powell, Donald Rumsfeld and now former President of the United States George W. Bush.
At just 20 years old, Brandy landed her first on-air reporting job with FOX news. She was the youngest reporter ever hired by that station! She went on to work in several markets over the course of her TV News career including stations in Phoenix and Utah. She currently freelances for several companies including the Associated Press, ABC News and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints where she has worked since 2004. Brandy continues working on the production of ‘Music and The Spoken Word’, LDS General Conference and the Tabernacle Choir’s annual Christmas concert to name a few.