Deb brings over 25 years of production experience to Crews Control. She comes to us from Sirens Media where she managed productions for National Geographic, Investigation Discovery as well as nationally aired concerts and live events. A creative since a young age (she danced regional ballet in high school as well as played the tenor saxophone marching in the Tournament of Roses parade and the Aloha Bowl) Deb spends her free time cooking, traveling, watching movies and creating artwork. A life long dog lover she is hoping to adopt a pug in the very near future, another addition to the Crews Control “bring your dog to work” family!

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