Deborah Bryant grew up in Detroit, Michigan. She is employed at TwentiethCentury Fox as Vice President of Royalty Reporting, an accounting department, for the Home Entertainment division. She has been with Fox for over 30 years working in Livonia, Michigan, New York, New York and now Los Angeles, California.
In 2013, Bryant became Chair of Community Coalition’s Board of Directors after serving as the Board’s Co-Treasurer and Finance Committee Chair, and having played a critical role in the growth and maturity of the organizations finances for the last decade. She is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in Michigan and a graduate of University of Detroit, where she started the campus’ first Accounting Tutoring Program in order to support and attract more African Americans to accounting and finance-related fields.
Bryant administers a workplace-mentoring program at Dorsey High School in South Los Angeles, which is in its nineteenth year. She has also played a significant role in the growth of the Children’s Defense Fund Freedom Schools at Community Coalition.
Bryant has a certificate in interior design from Otis School of Art & Design, and practices her interior design on a consulting basis. She has two beautiful adult children and four grand children.