Annabelle Stevens has over fifteen years experience in public relations and in philanthropic consulting with major clients and a high success record.
Entertainment: Ms. Stevens worked in executive positions for Rogers & Cowan, the world’s largest and most prestigious entertainment public relations firm. Stevens was dubbed as one of Hollywood’s leading publicists by THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER and honored as one of the top women in the entertainment industry by Women In Film. She was a Director in the Motion Picture Department, heading up the literary unit. She rejoined Rogers & Cowan after co-founding the public relations boutique, Warren Cowan and Associates, where she served as President and Partner. Her entertainment clients have included Merv Griffin, Sidney Sheldon, Paul Newman, major documentaries, Dolly Parton, Air Touch Cellular, The Norton Simon Museum, The United Way, Cartier, Poiray Jewellery etc…
Non-Profit: Ms. Stevens has held major professional and leadership positions in the non-profit industry. She is the former Director of Public Relations of The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles and the Director of Public Relations of Passion Marketing, a leading strategic firm dedicated to the non-profit industry. Her clients have included United Jewish Communities, The United Way, AndaSpirit.Com, The Make a Wish Foundation, The Professional Leaders Project, The Lambi Fund, Cedars-Sinai’s Women’s Cancer Research Institute, Juvenile Courts of California and Rand. She sits on the board of the UCLA International Student Center and has media trained pro-bono numerous government officials from the State of Israel.
Hospitality/Luxury Goods: Throughout her career, Ms. Stevens has created marketing programs for boutique hotels and luxury goods. Hospitality clients have included The St. James Clubs (worldwide) and The Lowell Hotel (New York). Luxury goods represented include Charvet (Paris), Cartier and Poiray.
Ms. Stevens is a published author and a contributing writer to The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles. She speaks five languages and was educated at New York University.