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Allana Pratt, Family & Relationship Expert, Knows The #1 Secret For Men & Women In Relationships
Believing In Fierce Love, Allana Coaches Men and Women To Regain Their Confidence, Self-Trust, and Self-Love
Allana is an international author and sought after on-air talent who hosted her own #1 rated show How Mama Got Her Groove Back. Her vibrant heartfelt message empowers women and moms to cultivate their confidence and inner radiance, and men to be confident and noble.
On a grass roots level in LA, Allana leads a team of interns from Cal Poly Pomona. Nationally, she sits as an Advisory Council Member for the National Association For Moms in Business. Internationally, she’s an Ambassador and Advocate for Sexual Safety and Healing with www.HealingBridges.com, empowering young refugee women who have been genitally mutilated to know they are not a piece of meat, but a piece of art. A cum laude graduate of Columbia University who’s a small town Canadian girl at heart, Allana is an example of authentic grace, passion, and sensuality for she knows…“When Mama’s Happy, Everybody’s Happy!”
Allana, a captivating storyteller, on-air talent, and gifted coach, received her training from the most qualified sources—an Ivy League education, celebrity interviews, and foreign venues. Her composure and ability to handle the unpredictable landed her coveted assignments at CNN, roles as spokesperson for prestigious companies like Sanyo, Canon, and Toyota, and as a correspondent for NHK-TV Japan, for the Ginza Update to promote Japanese fashion internationally in her early twenties.
As a small town Canadian girl, Pratt hopped on her Uncle Phil’s semi at 19 to live her dreams in Hollywood. Visa issues led her to Japan where she excelled as an international spokesperson and model on magazine covers, runways, billboards, music videos, movies, and TV. Pratt graced the runways for Courege, Reebok, Lancome, and L’Oreal, and the corporate boardroom screens of Toyota, TYR, and Air Canada.
Having savored numerous cultures, she was drawn to the Big Apple and graduated Cum Laude in Art History from Columbia University while working at CNN Showbiz. Moving to the west coast, Pratt married her skills to produce, write, and host a cultural arts program. She represented the American Women in Radio and Television as their celebrity host and interviewer and invited Member of the Board, and hosted various infomercials, webcasts, DVD’s, multi-speaker events, tradeshows, and workshops. https://mgy86521.infusionsoft.com/
As an interviewer, Pratt intensely held Whoopi Goldberg’s attention, moved Camryn Manheim to nostalgic tears, touched Delta Burke such that she held Pratt’s hand during the interview, shared Columbia alumni stories with Dr. Laura, inspired author SARK to comment that Pratt’s was a top five interview, connected as dancers with Debbie Allen, and welcomed Marlee Matlin’s coaching to effortlessly interview the hearing-impaired. She is comfortable interviewing the majority of LA or a handful of precious preschoolers, the Consulate General or the homeless. In Allana’s presence people weep, laugh, and reveal truths they have not even revealed to themselves.
Recognizing her love of people and relationships, Pratt accepted an invitation to head coach the “Self Expression & Leadership” program with Landmark Education, was ranked in the top 1% of Coaches with T. Harv Eker’s Peak Potential Training, and was the first female All Women’s Team Head Coach with Sarano Kelley’s The GAME. She was the captivating relationship expert that brought a couple to heartfelt tears on TLC’s That Ying Yang Thing, heard regularly on LeezaLIVE and Hollywood Confidential while being the official life coach to Leeza on Dancing with the Stars.
To learn more, listen to Debbi Dachinger as she interviews Allana Pratt on “Dare to Dream” radio, heard live or via the podcast on: http://www.deborahdachinger.com/