It’s a bird! It’s a plane! NO, it’s MEDIA DIVA to the rescue! Lillia DePass has saved the television industry by wearing more than just her media cape. Lillia is a multi-tasker who wears the hats of director, technical director, interactive producer, production coordinator, news director/anchor, actress, positive news reporter, radio personality, videographer, photographer, pro-vlogger, social media consultant and CEO of a broadband media group. Chris Tucker, Tyler Perry, Ted Turner, Earth-Wind & Fire, Pastor Paula White, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and Gladys Knight all have been saved by Lillia “the media diva” who has spent years working to assist celebrities and politicians with maintaining a positive image by way of red carpet interviews/blogs that dig deeper than mainstream media may dig.
When the lights go off, Lillia the “media diva” is still on wrapping cable, editing, video taping, writing scripts, directing, consulting and more! Every super shero saves but this SUPER SHERO “media diva” not only saves the airwaves she also rides them. Lillia’s unique ability to work under pressure with a smile on her face is rare in this industry yet is like breathing for this very talented and equally beautiful “media diva”. Although awesome in front of and behind the cameras, Lillia has overcome struggles in life starting at 9 years of age when she and her family relocated from Denver, Colorado to Atlanta in the 80’s because her father received a promotion that was snatched away when the employers realized her father was Afro-Latin American. This left Lillia and her family to roam the streets of Atlanta homeless and sleeping in the lobby of then, the OMNI Hotel, now known as the CNN Center which later became the company that helped mold Lillia’s career in television. “I am determined and very resilient” Lillia states due to having to face adversity. Most people who know Ms. DePass would describe her as the ugly duckling that grew to a swan starting off as a skinny little bucked tooth girl with a heart the size of a 777 aircraft. Little did anyone know that the 777 aircraft would become Lillia’s stage as a flight attendant for United Airlines later in her life. It must have been an act of GOD that Lillia’s journey as a flight attendant ended months before the 911 attack on America. Today this lovely “media diva” has taken her life experiences and uses it as a trampoline to catapult her currently to run a broadband media corporation on the rise. Thankfully Lillia’s “the show must go on” attitude is her greatest strength that is not to be reckoned with and has shaped her to become the “media diva” she is today.
Be on the lookout for Lillia DePass as this “Super SHERO media diva” may be saving a sitcom or big screen near you!