Shannon Mabrey Rotenberg started her career with non-profit organizations and the entertainment industry while at Creative Artists Agency, a talent and sports agency based in Los Angeles. She was a program director in their philanthropic division for six years before helping to launch the just keep livin Foundation.
Shannon’s work with non-profits extends beyond the walls of the just keep livin Foundation. She serves on the Board of Directors of Communities in Schools Los Angeles West and the Board of Angels for Baby2Baby. She is involved with Teach for America and Hollygrove, an EMQ Children & Family Services Agency. She works with the Harold Robinson Foundation which is committed to providing impoverished children with camp retreats which are designed to strengthen confidence, independence, build character and develop leadership skills. She is also the founding-chair of “Kidstock” an annual event which benefits One Voice’s Scholarship Program in Los Angeles. Additionally, Shannon volunteers her time overseeing The Faro Foundation– a philanthropic family foundation whose primary focus is helping children and education related causes.
Shannon grew up in Okmulgee, Oklahoma and graduated from the University of Oklahoma. Shannon and her husband Michael now reside in Los Angeles, California with their two sons, Luke Eli and Colt Carlisle.