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Heather Hutt

Heather Hutt

Heather Hutt joined the staff of Assemblymember Isadore Hall, III in 2010 and soon became the District Director. She has served the people of the 64th Assembly District by organizing legislative updates, roundtables, workshops, health fairs and hearings. Her most recent informational hearings are the Assembly Select Committee on Community Resources Impacted by AB109 RE-Entry as well as the Assembly Select Committee on Human Rights, Diversity & Race Relations. She also structured a group of local faith based leaders along with Crittenton Services for Families to collaborate to create the following Work: Men Out of Boys, a faith-based curriculum for boys ages 11-18 at risk of unhealthy relationships and participation in (DMST) Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking.
She worked as a planning advisor for the Greater Los Angeles YWCA Human Sex Trafficking Symposium. She currently serves as the District Director for Senator Isadore Hall, lll 35th District California State Legislature.

She serves as member of the Phillips 66 Community Advisory Board and Tesoro Community Advisory Panel (CAP) where integration of the Wilmington and Carson refineries closely connected with the community.

Over the last four years she has coordinated the quarterly Business to Business roundtables for the 64th Assembly District empowering businesses from all of California with growth opportunities in the US and abroad as well as several public safety workshops for hundreds of Senior Citizen.

Before working for the California State Legislature she was a principal partner in The Hutt Group a Marketing, Branding and Event Planning Company with such prestigious clients as NAACP National Board, The Los Angeles Sentinel, GEM Communications, Brotherhood Crusade, New Connections, Assembly Member Mike Davis, Councilman Danny Tabor, Assembly Member Isadore Hall, III, and the list goes on.

While with The Hutt Group she structured Branding Strategies for some of the Los Angeles’ greatest events i.e.: NAACP National Board transition of Power Event, L.A. City opening Ceremonies for Black History Month, Los Angeles Kings Black History Month Celebration, Taste of Soul, Compton Summer Soul Jam, Brotherhood Crusade Annual Dinner, New Connections and CPUC Women in Diversity Awards Dinner, 48th Assembly District Living Legends Awards as well as building Marketing and Advertising Campaigns for the Los Angeles County Recorders office “VOTE LA”, L.A. Cities Clean Air- Clean water. As well as critical outreach to pass the “Durbin Bill” a federal bill that gives credit card fee reduction to businesses.

Heather has an extensive history in Marketing that ranges from her background in Real Estate where she was a Mortgage underwriter for 9 years, to co-owning a catering business On Tour Catering for over 23 years where she served such clients as United Airlines, Sammy Davis Jr. and Teddy Kulick the Mayor of Jerusalem.

Heather was born in Los Angeles and educated at USC where she studied at the Marshall School of Business. After completing her education she worked for Minority Contractors Association of Los Angeles where she co-wrote the Feasibility Study for replacement Housing for the I-105 Century Freeway project.

She works tirelessly by giving back to her community by feeding the homeless, feeding the shut in on Thanksgiving morning, serving the children on Easter Saturday and hosting a Toy drive where she has collected thousands of books and toys for the underserved children in her community.

Heather is the proud mother of three adult sons Hamilton 26 who works for Microsoft and now lives in Sydney Australia, Harrison 24 Manager of Real Food Daily and Hugh 23 a music composer that has scored numerous Sitcoms for South African Television. She is a member of Brookin’s AME Church. Heather lives, works and plays all over Los Angeles County.

Heather is a member of the following organizations:
Treasurer of African American Caucus- California Democratic Party (CADEM)
NAACP
African American Legislative Staff Coordinating Committee (AALSCC)
New Frontier Democratic Club
Progressive Democratic Club
Southwest Democratic Club
San Pedro Democratic Club